- Learn MoreGreen City, Clean WatersLearn more about the Philadelphia Water Department’s Green City, Clean Waters plan and stormwater management through these key concepts, stormwater management tools, and videos.
- EducationFairmount Water Works Curriculum“Understanding the Urban Watershed” is a creative and practical K-8 curriculum designed for classroom teachers and informal educators who want to engage students in the compelling and evolving story of cities and their water systems. This comprehensive curriculum is produced by Fairmount Water Works, Philadelphia.
- Community ActionRebuilding Together PhiladelphiaDownload a homeowner application for a home in need of essential repairs, organize a block build, or for more information on community projects visit Rebuilding Together Philadelphia - a not-for-profit organization bringing volunteers and communities together to improve the homes and lives of low-income areas.
- Learn MoreFind Your WatershedEnter your address to determine the watershed you live, work, or play in with this interactive map from the Philadelphia Water Department.
- Community Action9 Ways to Make Green Infrastructure Work for TownsLearn how to implement green infrastructure initiatives in your community with this easy to use guide from the Regional Plan Association.
- Learn MoreGreen Schoolyards: Turning Nature Into ClassroomsView this example of a green schoolyard from Rosa Parks Elementary School in California.
- Learn MoreSubaru of AmericaSubaru of America is committed to being a leader in environmental initiatives while continuing to reduce their own footprint. As they proclaim, "Being green isn't a trend. It's who we are and what we stand for."
- Learn MoreStormwater Management in PennsylvaniaTake an in-depth look at some of the innovative solutions being applied to stormwater management challenges all over the state through case studies from StormwaterPA.
- Individual ActionHow to Build a Downspout PlanterFollow these instructions to build your own self-watering, downspout planter from the Philadelphia Water Department.