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WaterWorks! Print Media

We are in the process of uploading all of our print media and public service announcements to our website. Once completed, the files will be available for download directly from our site. If you are a local group and have questions about our materials, please feel free to contact us directly.

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DTWDiscover the Waters of Tennessee is a 16 page, full-color youth activity booklet with educational activities throughout. The booklet is correlated to the Tennessee Education Standards to aid use in a formal classroom setting. If you are interested in booklets, please contact us for details. The booklet was developed by MTSU's Center for Environmental Education, Project WET and the Tennessee Department of Agriculture and is included in the award-winning Project WET, KIDS series.  Topics include understanding watersheds and stormwater runoff, geology and topography of Tennessee, waterways and their uses throughout Tennessee history, wildlife that live in the different types of water habitats, water pollution sources and solutions, understanding flooding and details about the historic flood of May 2010, water use and conservation, and highlights of special water places around Tennessee including karst/ cave systems, waterfalls and a prehistoric watering hole.


Tennessee Homeowners' Guide To Cleaner Water (Brochure) 



Tennessee Farmers' Guide to Cleaner Water (Brochure)





Tennessee Construction Guide to Cleaner Water (Brochure)



WaterWorks! Homeowner Coloring Page

New! Click here to view a high resolution printable PDF version of this coloring page!


WaterWorks! Education/ Activity Poster

This design is intended to be printed as an 11" by 17" poster, with an educator activity, "Who Trashed the Tennessee" on the back, to help fulfill public education and outreach requirements for stormwater permits. A copy or two could be sent to each teacher in the local school system during inservice trainings; the poster could also be used for a food tray insert at local fast food restaurants. Please contact us to let us know how YOU used this resource! For a text only version of the "Who Trashed the Tennessee" activity, click here.


WaterWorks! Multi-Use Design

This black and white print design can be used as a newspaper ad, a flyer, a t-shirt design (or YOUR great idea!) to fulfill part of the public education and outreach requirements for stormwater permits.

To use this FREE-TO-YOU design, please contact the WaterWorks! program for a high-resolution version, which can be localized for YOUR stormwater or watershed program.

Thank you for being part of the solution to water pollution!

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