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Kevin Harris, Southeast Arkansas Urban Stormwater AgentPhone: 870-534-1033Email: Klharris@uada.edu
Office: Jefferson County Extension Service500 Idaho St.Pine Bluff, AR 71601
The cities of Pine Bluff and White Hall, along with Jefferson County joined together in 2006 to provide public education and participation programs as
part of fulfilling U.S. Environmental Protection Agency stormwater management requirements.They contracted the Cooperative Extension Service's Jefferson County office to help the public understand their role in preventing stormwater pollution and the
effect people can have on water quality.
What has the Jefferson County Extension Office done in recent years? Examples include:
Jefferson County Extension goes into classrooms to teach our youth about stormwater
and preventing water pollution.
They also lead workshops for residents, providing tips on how to prevent pollution at home and in the community.
Stormwater runoff can pick up and carry litter, nutrients, bacteria, chemicals, sediment
(soil) and other pollutants through a storm drain system, untreated, to the nearest
creek, stream or lake. Most of Pine Bluff drains into the Bayou Bartholomew, an amazing waterway that is on the state's list of priority watersheds because of
So remember, only rain down the drain!
Stormwater Coloring Sheet with Wayne Drop
Coloring Sheet - Nonpoint Source Pollution
Employee Stormwater Precautions