Several agencies and organizations from around the United States and Canada have graciously allowed CWEP to use their educational materials. CWEP greatly appreciates the support of the following agencies, in addition to any we may have inadvertently not listed.
City of Charlotte, NC — donated visual footage for CWEP's Fall Yard Care (Grass/Leaves) television spots.
State of Washington Department of Ecology — granted permission to use two 30-second television advertisements developed by the State of Washington and materials relating to the "Watershed Pledge Program."
City of San Diego Storm Water Pollution Prevention Program — granted permission to use their "rubber duckies" television advertisement.
San Bernardino County Stormwater Program (California) — granted permission to use their "neighborhood" illustration in the CWEP brochure.
Whatcom County Watershed Pledge Program (Washington) — granted permission to use the Whatcom County's "Watershed Pledge Program" approach and materials.
British Columbia Institute of Technology — granted permission to use the Institute's "Watershed Pledge Program" approach and materials.
Huron River Watershed Council (HRWC) — granted permission to use the text and concepts in the HRWC's publication titled "Runoff as a Resource," which was produced with funding assistance from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) — granted permission to use the slogan "Our Water - Take It Personally" and technical information included on the NCTCOG's stormwater website.
Watershed Enhancement Team (Salem, Oregon) — granted permission to use the City of Salem's Watershed Pledge Program approach and materials.
DesignHammer Media Group LLC (Durham, NC) — donated staff time to subsidize the cost of the design and development of the CWEP web site.
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