Water: After the Storm - Weather
"After the Storm" on The Weather Channel
DVD and VHS Copies Available Now!
Both DVD and VHS copies of the program are now available for use in classrooms, at conferences and may be aired on cable or other TV stations. Copies are available at no charge by calling NSCEP at 800-490-9198 or by sending an email to email@example.com. Please ask for the DVD or VHS versions of the program and refer to:
After the Storm (DVD),
is out of print!
But After the Storm (DVD) is available
on an new Video Compendium called
Reduce Runoff: Slow it Down,
Spread it Out, Soak it In! (DVD) EPA 842-11-001
After the Storm (VHS),
Video may also be viewed on the After the Storm Web site.
A half-hour television special about watersheds — After the Storm— co-produced by The Weather Channel (TWC) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) premiered on TWC Wed., Feb. 4, 2004. EPA now has full rights to the program and encourages cable TV stations, teachers and others to air the program. The program continues to be a very popular item used by teachers at all levels and by cable TV stations to help educate citizens about stormwater management.
“I encourage everyone to tune in to learn more about the threats facing our nation’s waters from polluted runoff. After the Storm shows the connection between weather and watersheds and the importance of watershed protection. We all live in a watershed and we all have an impact on our environment.”
Administrator for Water
The show highlights three case studies—Santa Monica Bay, the Mississippi River Basin/Gulf of Mexico, and New York City— where polluted runoff threatens watersheds highly valued for recreation, commercial fisheries and navigation, and drinking water. Key scientists and water quality experts, and citizens involved in local and national
watershed protection efforts provide insight into the problems as well as solutions to
today’s water quality challenges.
For more information about the program, including tips about what you can do to prevent watershed pollution, visit the EPA After the Storm Web site. Also, if you have any questions about the program, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Viewers are encouraged to visit the EPA After the Storm Web site-
for more information about what they can do, including a free
brochure about stormwater pollution.