Join & Learn at WSA
Howard County’s Watershed Stewards Academy is holding a series of informational sessions to highlight its Master Watershed Steward program. WSA is looking for innovative problem-solvers, interested in serving the community by preserving and improving water quality at the local level.
WSA is an affiliate of the University of Maryland Extension in Howard County. It is training program that empowers residents to improve the water quality of local streams and rivers. Through a series of classes and community-based activities, you can learn how to spearhead individual and community efforts aimed at reducing the harmful effects of polluted storm water runoff into local streams, rivers, and eventually the Chesapeake Bay.
Training will commence on Sept 6, 2016 and we require your attendance at one of the following information sessions for enrollment.
|Saturday, July 30, 10 AM||Glenwood Branch Library|
|Wednesday, Aug 3, 7PM||Savage Branch Library, Da Vinci Room|
|Saturday, Aug 6, 3 PM||East Columbia Library|
|Monday, Aug 8, 7 PM||Miller Branch Library, Avalon Room|
- No Reservation or Tickets Required!
- You can learn about the student application by clicking here.
- You can fill in an application by clicking here.
- You can contact Terry R. Matthews, the WSA Program Coordinator at (410) 313-2711 or email@example.com