Rain Barrels: https://extension.psu.edu/why-use-a-rain-barrelPlanting Trees: https://extension.psu.edu/a-green-solution-to-stormwater-managementRain Gardens: https://extension.psu.edu/rain-gardens
Rain Barrels and Rain Gardens for Managing Household Stormwater:https://extension.psu.edu/rain-barrels-and-rain-gardens-for-managing-household-stormwater
Do any of these practices qualify as a Stormwater Credit?https://extension.psu.edu/what-is-a-stormwater-credit
Once you have watershed-friendly practices in place, in recognition of that effort, apply for the Watershed Friendly Property Certification: https://nurturenaturecenter.org/programs/community/wfp-cert/
Then encourage your friends and neighbors to do the same!
Look at your community with fresh eyes! There are larger-scale options for managing stormwater. Have you seen any of these in your travels around your community? https://extension.psu.edu/roadside-guide-to-clean-water
For more information on the impact of stormwater in the Chesapeake Bay, check out the Chesapeake Stormwater Network.https://chesapeakestormwater.net/
Stormwater QuestionsHave questions? Ask a Master Watershed Steward at AskaMWS@psu.edu