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The City of Hopkinsville labeled storm drains to let residents know that the drain connects to local streams.  Have you noticed storm drain labels in your neighborhood?
http://transportation.ky.gov/Stormwater/Pages/Success-Stories-City-of-Hopkinsville.aspxSuccess Stories
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The City of Campbellsville distributed stormwater information at the Green River Lake Clean Up event.
http://transportation.ky.gov/Stormwater/Pages/Success-Stories-City-of-Campbellsville.aspxSuccess Stories
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Our collective actions make a big impact on stormwater quality – it is important for you to do your part!
http://transportation.ky.gov/Stormwater/Pages/How-Does-Polluted-Stormwater-Affect-Me.aspxGet Informed
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The City of Bowling Green’s "Be a solution to water pollution" campaign is encouraging residents to pick up after their pets and keep cigarette butts off the ground. These small actions are what makes you the solution to water pollution.
http://transportation.ky.gov/Stormwater/Pages/Success-Stories-City-of-Bowling-Green.aspxSuccess Stories
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Many teachers across the Commonwealth were trained by Environmental Educators on the available tools and teaching methods for stormwater quality and environmental responsibility.  Stormwater Education Toolkits are now being used to implement education programs across our state.
http://transportation.ky.gov/Stormwater/Pages/Success-Stories-Accross-the-Commonwealth.aspxSuccess Stories
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The City of Worthington demonstrated the importance of stormwater quality to school children through creation of lunch room bulletin boards and a water quality testing field trip aboard the P.A. Denny paddle boat operated by the Ohio River Sanitation Commission.
http://transportation.ky.gov/Stormwater/Pages/Success-Stories-City-of-Worthington.aspxSuccess Stories
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Immaculate Heart of Mary School – 73 fourth grade students experienced the lessons from the Stormwater Education Toolkit for Schools.
http://transportation.ky.gov/Stormwater/Pages/Success-Stories-Burlington-Kentucky.aspxSuccess Stories
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Water is directly linked to many of our daily activities and the quality of life in our communities.
http://transportation.ky.gov/Stormwater/Pages/Why-is-Clean-Stormwater-Important.aspxGet Informed
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Two fourth graders in Independence, KY were awarded first place at Beechgrove Elementary School’s science fair for their project, "The Effect of Slope Angle on the Amount of Eroded Material".  The project was a great lesson on how easily exposed soil can wash away.
http://transportation.ky.gov/Stormwater/Pages/Success-Stories-Independence-Kentucky.aspxSuccess Stories
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Anything in the stormwater that doesn’t belong there, including: litter, dirt, chemicals, sewage, and yard waste.
http://transportation.ky.gov/Stormwater/Pages/What-is-Stormwater-Pollution.aspxGet Informed
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Royal Springs Middle School, Georgetown Middle School, and Scott County Middle School participated in stormwater learning activities.
http://transportation.ky.gov/Stormwater/Pages/Success-Stories-Georgetown-Kentucky.aspxSuccess Stories
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General FAQ, MCM 1 thru 6, Other Resources
http://edit-redesign.transportation.ky.gov/Stormwater/Lists/NavigationLinksThumbnails/ms4TN.gifKYTC District MS4 Coordinator ResourcesTechnical Resources
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Kentucky Resources, School Curriculum, National and International, Volunteer, Stream Monitoring
http://edit-redesign.transportation.ky.gov/Stormwater/Lists/NavigationLinksThumbnails/StormwaterTeacherTN.jpgSchool Curriculum and Teacher ResourcesTechnical Resources
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MCM 1 thru 6
https://test-edit.transportation.ky.gov/Stormwater/Lists/NavigationLinksThumbnails/CommunityTN.jpgPartner Community ResourcesTechnical Resources
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Regulations, Guidance
Construction-Development Community ResourcesTechnical Resources
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