Stephen D. McCullers, P.E.
The Watershed Stewardship Program promotes respect for our
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environment by educating the community about the connection
between behavior and water quality. We offer outreach programs,
facilitate citizen science initiatives, and provide volunteer opportunities.
Participation is free and is offered to residents, schools, community
groups, and businesses in Cobb County.
Our focus is on ecological literacy, including topics such as pollution prevention, biodiversity, and environmental health. We provide lifelong
education on issues impacting local water quality, foster good habits
and responsible behavior, and cultivate an appreciation for and a connection to our natural resources.
Help us make Cobb County a healthier, more sustainable community! Cobbstreams.org is the clearinghouse for the activities of Cobb County Watershed Stewardship Program. We utilize a hands-on approach with an ultimate goal of improving water quality through outreach and public programs, volunteer training, data collection, and community service.
Read about our programs under the Initiatives section. The dates for our upcoming community workshops are listed on the Calendar. More information about stormwater, water quality, and ecology education can be found under Resources.
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