Use of Survey Instrument Results to Conduct Effective, Compliance-Appropriate Regional Stormwater Education and Involvement Programming
Using as an example surveys conducted by Carolina Clear, this presentation shows how surveys can be used to gain better understanding of citizen watershed awareness, identify behaviors that may affect local water quality, develop information to motivate citizens to become involved in watershed protection, and evaluate sources of local information. Watershed impairments may be the result of a multitude of behaviors and land-use activities, and it is important for education programs to identify these to develop targeted outreach.
- Track: STORMWATER PROGRAM MANAGEMENT I
- Session : P63
Speaker: Katie Giacalone, Calvin Sawyer
Katie Giacalone, Clemson University, North Charleston, SC
Calvin Sawyer, Clemson University, Clemson, SC