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Stormwater Management

Mission Statement

NPDES MS4 Permit Documentation

Calendar of Events

NCSU Requirements

Education & Outreach

Illicit Discharge Detection & Elimination

Post Construction Stormwater Management

Polution Prevention and good housekeeping

Reporting Environmental Concerns

Resources & Links

NCSU Safety Hotline

Educational & Public Involvement Links


NC Department of Environment and Natural Resources Stormwater Education

What is Stormwater and what can we do as individuals and communities to curb pollution from runoff? Go here to find out!

EPA’s Surf Your Watershed

Adopt Your Watershed has information on groups and activities that protect and restore streams, rivers, lakes, and coastal areas, organized by river basin.

EPA's Non-Point Source News-Notes

An online publication covering current events in water resources policy, practices, and issues, accessible to the layman and professional alike.

NC Office of Environmental Education

Education resources covering a wide variety of water resource issues, lessons and activities, professional development, materials and publications, and much more.

NC Water Conservation

Guidance on water conservation, from home and garden use to industrial water conservation methods.

NC State Cooperative Extension


EPA's Non-Point Source Water Quality Site

Information and educational resources for understanding non-point source pollution and related issues.

The Low Impact Development Center

The Low Impact Development Center was established to develop and provide information to individuals and organizations dedicated to protecting the environment and our water resources through proper site design techniques that replicate pre-existing hydrologic site conditions.

NC Wetlands Partnership

The NC Wetlands Partnership has promotes the conservation and values of wetlands, riparian buffers, and watersheds. Areas of interest include: identifying wetlands in need of conservation, strategies for wetland and watershed conservation, sponsoring restoration projects, supporting local efforts, and public education.


A Macromedia Flash presentation by the Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Administration of Canada, on water resource issues in agricultural areas. Robocow identifies farm practices detrimental to water quality and demonstrates how to protect water resources.

FEMA for Kids

FEMA presents a website to help kids understand the many complexities of disaster prevention, mitigation, and recovery. The Games & Quizzes section has interactive Flash games which you can also download to print out and play, along with coloring books, mazes, jokes, crossword puzzles, trading cards, stories, and even songs. A great variety of resources for hands-on learning and kid-friendly guides.

Enviroscape - Educational Tools

Educational models for school and community education. Includes posters, puzzles, and other publications.

North Carolina Division of Water Quality

State water quality programs and contacts.

North Carolina Division of Water Resources

State water resources programs: water supply planning, educational and technical assistance, permits, regulations, data and publications.

USGS Water Resources of North Carolina

Water quality and quantity information for North Carolina streams.

EPA Stormwater Program Office of Wastewater Management

Information about NPDES permits.

NC Stream Restoration Institute

NC State sponsored group. Information about stream restoration and watershed initiatives.

North Carolina Association of Floodplain Managers

Includes information about floodplain maps, workshops, and floodplain regulations.

The Water Resources Research Institute

Ongoing research by the University of North Carolina and its research partners.

The Center for Watershed Protection

Founded in 1992, the Center for Watershed Protection is a non-profit 501(c)3 corporation that provides local governments, activists, and watershed organizations around the country with the technical tools for protecting some of the nation's most precious natural resources: our streams, lakes and rivers.

US Army Corps of Engineers Wilmington District

Provides wetland information.

Campus Environmental Sustainability Team(CEST)

The University Sustainability Office is the clearinghouse for campus sustainability.  Find information about initiatives, events, and how to get involved.