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The Charleston Stormwater Program brought their stormwater themed Water Wall to teach the students what impacts they can have on water quality. Hundreds of students had the opportunity to learn how to keep our streams and river clean.
Students form several local schools attended the Clay Center’s Earth Day Activities.
Charleston Stormwater Program travels…
If your school would like the Charleston Stormwater Program to bring our Water Wall to your classroom? Please contacts us below:
A barrel or basin used to catch water flowing from your gutters.
How does it work?
A rain barrel is placed near a roof downspout outlet. The barrel is then connected to the downspout and runoff is diverted into the rain barrel . From a spigot on the bottom of the barrel, water is fed into your hose or watering can.
Where do I get one?
Throughout the spring of 2013, the WVDEP and The City of Charleston will be offering Rain Barrel Workshops. To register contact Tomi Bergstrom at the WV DEP: 304-926-0499 ext. 1098 wv.dep.gov
Rain Barrel Workshops Dates:
April 21, 2013 East End Bazaar 3:00-5:00
May 1, 2013 Cato Park 5:30-7:30
May 19, 2013 Capitol Market 3:00-5:00
May 29, 2013 Kanawha City Elementary 5:30-7:30
To register e-mail email@example.com or call 304-926-0499 ext. 1098.
Cost is $40.00 per person and registration is limited to 25 people.
The Stormwater Department would like to thank all of the Artists for they time and creativity. The barrels were placed in several places throughout the city to promote water conservation.
April Showers Bring May Flowers
Where the Wild Things Are
Rhythm & Flow
Midnight at the Oasis
Captain Nemo’s Nemesis
Pots A Bloomin’
Barrel of Monkey Business
Perception and Precipitation
Spring Done Sprung
This Frog is You