Watershed Audit: The Quickest Way to Correct Multiple Pollution Sources Degrading a Waterway & Expand Your Base of Public Support, Political Clout

We’ll show you how to recruit large numbers of watershed residents to participate in a survey of a watershed for pollution sources such as construction sites, leaking sewers, poorly maintained stormwater pollution control measures, and much more.  We’ll then explain how to use the combined political clout of the residents to get each pollution source quickly corrected.  The workshop includes a visit to actual sources so you can see how easy it is to pin-point and correct pollution.  For further background on this approach see: Severn River Audit (suburban watershed) or Corsica River Audit (rural watershed). 

Workshop leader:  Richard Klein of Community and Environmental Defense Services

This workshop is limited to ten people and will be held in northern Baltimore County, MD.  The fee for each workshop is $50 per person.  To register go to: ceds.org/workshop.  After we receive your registration we’ll send you details.  For further information contact Richard Klein at 410-654-3021 or Rklein@ceds.org.

Wednesday, January 28, 2015 - 1:00pm to 4:00pm