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Stormwater Action Monitoring communications

blue and white SAM stormwater action monitoring logoWe want to communicate our results broadly and effectively with stormwater managers and municipal stormwater decision makers for adaptive management of stormwater programs and activities. 

On this communications page you can easily find: SAM products, publications, research, and more. You can also find SAM achievements, scientific data, recommended actions, and best practices.


Focus Areas:

SAM Effectiveness Studies, click to go to page   Source identification, click to go to page   Receiving waters, click to go to page

Our communication products:

The Association of Washington Cities (AWC) is helping us with SAM communications such as newsletters, fact sheets, workshops, and outreach strategy. See the AWC grant on SAM communications scope of work, amendment 1 and amendment 2.

SAM Booklet

screenshot of the navigation within the storymap. Categories: Introduction, Scope of Bioretention studies,Hydrology,Water quality treatment,Toxicity, Green spaces

Interactive Bioretention Storymap

We are showcasing bioretention study results from SAM and other partners. 

Videos:

Watch these videos to learn more about our process and products.

Learn more about how SAM works.

Learn more about SAM.

 

Learn more about bioretention.

Learn more about receiving waters.

 

Fact sheets:


Presentation:

You can use this presentation to help explain about the benefits of the SAM program. 

 

Photo gallery: