Stream Cleaner Pinball
That’s right, a fully functional, fun, and engaging tool for teaching youth and adults alike about best management practices (BMP’s), stormwater runoff pollution, watersheds, and of course, how to be a pinball wizard like Tommy!
Stream Cleaner Pinball is a real world version of CI’s popular virtual Stream Cleaner activity found in Potomac Highlands Watershed eSchool classrooms. Used by students across the Chesapeake Bay Watershed (really across the country), Stream Cleaner is a game of strategy, where the player tries to clean up a polluted stream by “dragging and dropping” the best combination of land management practices from the “Stream Cleaner Toobox” and clean up the stream … before you run out of money.
As environmental educators, Cacapon Institute understands the barriers we all face in trying to engage the public about critical conservation and land-use issues. We also understand and fully support the need for developing partnerships, sharing resources, and working together to achieve all of our mutual goals.
For these reasons, we want to make it clear that Stream Cleaner Pinball is for your organization, your audience, and you.
Ready to Engage Your Audience!
To use Stream Cleaner Pinball at your fair, conference, camp, or school, email Cacapon Institute or call 304-856-1385.
To learn more about BMP’s and play our online version, click on “Stream Cleaner” on the Middle School’s chalkboard.