CRWD’s classroom visits are a great way to introduce students to the fact that everyone lives in a watershed, and what we all do on land has a direct effect on water quality. CRWD staff or a trained volunteer will visit your classroom or extracurricular meeting to share information in pictures about the watershed concept, the difference between stormwater and wastewater, the effects of nonpoint source pollutants, and what students and adults can do to keep those pollutants out of our lakes and rivers. Students can also be led on a Runoff Walk to spot sources of pollution within walking distance of the school. Classroom presentations are typically 30 minutes, but can be tailored to your class length. To schedule a classroom visit, contact us.