“CEM” fosters watershed Best Management Practices (BMPs) on private land.
BMPs include forest management, tree plantings, rain gardens, rain barrels, and dirt & gravel road management. CEM empowers communities to reduce stormwater runoff pollution and improve stream health through hands-on conservation and education.
Communities that have demonstrated an interest in environmental management receive CI’s technical assistance and support. Municipalities, home owner associations, and civic groups can affect neighborhood-wide projects such as dirt & gravel road repair, tree-pest abatement, or large rain gardens. Individuals can organize and ban together through “Your Community BMP” to affect multiple smaller conservation BMP’s on private properties by planting trees or installing smaller rain gardens and rain barrels.
For information, contact Frank Rodgers by phone at 304-258-8013, or by email at email@example.com.