StormTV Project 2014

Scroll through the list of videos to see innovative stormwater projects, programs and products from across the US and world. These videos were submitted by a variety of organizations, companies and more via the StormTV Project Call for Media. NOTE: WEF does not endorse the content in the listed videos.The locations listed below are generated from Foursquare, so the contact information provided is not necessarily related to the video owner.
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This video by GreenTreks Network shows how the Philadelphia Water Department (PWD) is using a variety of innovations to protect waterways from polluted rainwater. The department is every bit as focused on meeting community needs as they are on keeping stormwater out of rivers and streams. When residents of the Queen Lane section of the city expressed concern about speeding cars during public meetings, the PWD team designed a stormwater management system to control runoff -- and cars.

The Philadelphia Water Department (PWD) is using a variety of innovations to protect waterways from polluted rainwater, but they're every bit as focused on m.

If runoff looked like this, it would be cute. But there's nothing cute about pollution. You can help reduce stormwater pollution. Contact Sarasota County's Neighborhood Environmental Stewardship Team at www.scgov.net, keyword search NEST.

If runoff looked like this, it would be cute. But there's nothing cute about pollution. You can help reduce stormwater pollution. Contact Sarasota County's Neighborhood Environmental Stewardship Team at www.scgov.net, keyword search NEST.

This video by GreenTreks Network shows how a township acquired an abandoned landscaping property and took the opportunity to benefit the local community in multiple ways. The result was Koontz Park, a beautiful recreational area that offers lessons in landscaping, native species, and managing runoff from storms. The holistic vision became a reality because many partners contributed to the effort by sharing their expertise, personal passions, and willingness to get dirty and sweat.

When a township acquired a property once owned by a landscaping business, it looked for an opportunity to benefit the local community in multiple ways.

This video by The City of Chattanooga, Andropogon Associates, Arcadis and the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport shows how the city and local airport joined forces to create a stormwater performance landscape that provides stormwater and flood mitigation through various strategies. Read more at http://www.andropogon.com/work/urban-and-regional-planning/chattanooga.

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The State Water Resources Control Board Training Academy and On the Water Front Creative created a series of instructional videos on what people can do to change how storm water leaves their landscapes and how they can be stewards of their watersheds. This video provides an introduction to lawn practices.

"Lawn practices - Grass can Always be Greener" is Episode 4 in a series of exciting instructional videos on what people can do to change how storm water leav.

Approximately 40 students from the 2014 Young Middle Magnet Summer Science Camp participated in the Urban Stormwater Management Curricular unit. The 4-week summer camp concluded with incoming 6th and returning 7th grade students, Hillsborough County middle and high school Research Experience for Teacher (RET) participants, and Research Experience for Undergraduate (REU) participants working together to design and construct two rain gardens. Submitted by the University of South Florida.

Approximately 40 students from the 2014 Young Middle Magnet Summer Science Camp participated in the Urban Stormwater Management Curricular unit.

More than 26 tons of pet waste is dropped every day in Sarasota and Manatee Counties. Dog poop is loaded with harmful bacteria and parasites that can wash into waterways, pollute bays, and make people sick. Learn more at www.scgov.net, keyword search Watershed Champions.

More than 26 tons of pet waste is dropped every day in Sarasota and Manatee Counties. Dog poop is loaded with harmful bacteria and parasites that can wash into waterways, pollute bays, and make people sick. Learn more at www.scgov.net, keyword search Watershed Champions.

This video by GreenTreks Network shows how stream-side forest buffers can preserve water quality. Studies by internationally acclaimed Stroud Water Research Center have shown that healthy forests bordering streams not only prevent numerous pollutants from reaching the water, but also multiply the stream's natural ability to cleanse itself of pollutants that do make their way into the water.

Studies by internationally acclaimed Stroud Water Research Center have shown that healthy forests bordering streams not only prevent numerous pollutants from.

In this video by GreenTreks Network, the Philadelphia Water Department restores the health of Tacony Creek by enlisting private, non-profit, and city partners to ensure the effort creates a ripple effect. The result was a rebirth of sorts: instead of an abused, frightening dumping ground, Tacony Creek Park is now a beautiful, peaceful place that is being appreciated and cared for by surrounding neighborhoods. It's a win-win in more ways than one.

When the Philadelphia Water Department undertook a restoration project aimed at improving the health of Tacony Creek, they enlisted private, non-profit, and .

This video by The City of Chattanooga, Andropogon Associates, Arcadis and the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport shows how the city and local airport joined forces to create a stormwater performance landscape that provides stormwater and flood mitigation through various strategies. Read more at http://www.andropogon.com/work/urban-and-regional-planning/chattanooga.

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This video is a production of Hamilton County Soil and Water Conservation District. This video covers students from Arlington Heights Academy planting a rain garden. The planting was made possible by Agrium's Caring for Our Watersheds

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The State Water Resources Control Board Training Academy and On the Water Front Creative created a series of instructional videos on what people can do to change how storm water leaves their landscapes and how they can be stewards of their watersheds. This video provides an introduction to permeable pavers.

"Permeable Pavers - Breaking Up is Easy to Do" is Episode 6 in a series of exciting instructional videos on what people can do to change how storm water leav.

The State Water Resources Control Board Training Academy and On the Water Front Creative created a series of instructional videos on what people can do to change how storm water leaves their landscapes and how they can be stewards of their watersheds. This video provides an introduction to soils.

"Soils - Digging Up the Dirt on Soil" is Episode 5 in a series of exciting instructional videos on what people can do to change how storm water leaves their .

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