Papers and Professional Presentations
Public Involvement and Education Programs
Representatives of the Rouge Project have presented numerous papers
at professional meetings and conferences about the ongoing public
involvement and education programs. Those papers and presentations
are listed below and can be accessed by clicking on the appropriate
title. See also Public
Involvement and Education Program Reports for more information
on the program.
||TITLE OF PAPER OR PRESENTATION AND AUTHOR(S)
the Soft Stuff-Evaluating Public Involvement in Urban Watershed
Restoration by Josephine Powell and Jack Bails, 15 pgs at
Watershed 2000, Vancouver.
Programs that Support Water Quality Management by Josephine
Powell, Zachare Ball, 12 pgs at Watershed 2000, Vancouver.
||How the Rouge River National
Wet Weather Demonstration Project Website Has Become the Primary
Information/Resource Distribution Tool for the Rouge Project
by Barbara Farrah, Charlie Bristol, and Tim Kruse, American
Water Resources Association Conference, Seattle.
Sowing and Harvesting the Seeds of Public Involvement and Education
by Josephine Powell, Noel Mullett and Zachare Ball, 6 pgs, at
the National Conference on Retrofit Opportunities for Water
Resource Protection in Urban Environments, Chicago.
||Getting the Word
Out: How to Educate a Watershed by Roy Richardson and Zachare
Ball, 6 pgs at Nonpoint Source Pollution Information/Education
Programs National Conference, Chicago.
Last Updated: 6/7/02
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