Are you interested in learning more about our local creeks and watershed? This exciting series of Creek Protector activities will walk you through fun learning opportunities while exploring local creek trails. Discover local mammals, birds, and plants all while gaining an understanding of how our storm drains and creeks are connected. Pick up a book from the Storm Water professionals within the City, County, or Town that you live, download a PDF of the book, or take your phone to your local creek and complete the mobile version of the book. Details below.
Join our team and become a Creek Protector!
Activity Book #1
CREEK PROTECTOR ACTIVITY BOOK #1:
Grab a parent and head out to a local creek trail. Bring your book to learn some fun facts on the importance of water and take a deep dive into our local mammals! Learning about the animals that live in our creeks and local watershed will inspire you to be a devoted Creek Protector and Steward of our Storm Drains. Creeks and rivers are ours to protect!
COMPLETED YOUR FIELD GUIDE?
Congratulations on completing your field guide! To receive a prize, bring your completed field guide to the following locations in your area:
CREEK PROTECTOR PATCH
ACTIVITY BOOK #1 PATCH
69 Stony Circle or visit our Storm Water booth at a City event, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out what City events we will be attending.
Town of Windsor Public Works Dept. at 8400 Windsor Road, Windsor (across from the High School) or email us at email@example.com to connect with us to receive your patch.