Stormwater & Erosion Education Program
Stormwater and soil erosion can complicate life for everyone. If left unmanaged, it threatens water quality, public health and safety, and the economy. Pollutants carried by eroded soils and water can:
- Contaminate drinking and surface water resources
- Destroy fish habitat
- Leave recreational surface waters undesirable
- Destroy homes and endanger lives
A committee was formed to evaluate and implement a Panhandle Stormwater and Erosion Education Program (SEEP) in the five northern Idaho counties, at the request of local industry professionals.
Panhandle SEEP is available to anyone in the construction industry and related disciplines that wants to improve their skill, understanding and marketability in the stormwater and erosion control field.