#SummerScienceFriday | Be #WatershedActive Guide

Our #WatershedActive series has covered safe recreation, the ecosystem services that natural resources provide for people and the importance of community engagement. Through the series, we can begin to understand how natural resources are important to human health and realize that we are so much more connected to our waterways, land and air than meets the eye. In highly urbanized areas, our streams and open spaces become swallowed by concrete, urban development, stifling community enjoyment and the ability for communities to reap the necessary benefits (or ecosystem services) they provide.The Council for Watershed Health works for healthy watersheds which, especially in the co