“As the Program Lead, it was a wonderful experience for me to see all of the participants engaged with their local communities in order to help spread the word about stormwater pollution. All fly fishers should be conservationists and I think educating the public about ways to minimize polluting our rivers, streams, and lakes is a big part of that. All of the participants had a great time and even learned a few things about stormwater pollution. My day job is an Environmental Consultant, so seeing our participants get involved with keeping the waters we fish clean meant a lot to me and I think they really enjoyed themselves. A highlight of the day was watching the participants work together to get the markers put in and the door hangers handed out all while laughing and joking with each other.
I would like to thank Ken Locke with the City of Brewer for giving us the opportunity to help and I would really like to thank all of our participants for volunteering their time to help their local community.” – Jeff Spaulding, PL Bangor, Maine
PHWFF participant Philip Winchester installs a storm drain mark
PHWFF participant Paul Rich installs a storm drain marker
PHWFF Volunteers and participants as well as City of Brewer environmental services staff gather following the storm drain marking