Poop Smart Clark





Doo something pawsative for our rivers! Scoop it. Bag it. Trash it.

Dog poop is gross to step in, disrespectful to others using parks and trails, and carries diseases. It’s also a primary source of bacteria pollution in our streams.

Pet waste left on the ground mixing with stormwater can be washed into storm drains that lead directly to our streams and lakes. This waste carries harmful bacteria which can affect the health of wildlife, ourselves, and our children.

Clark Conservation District, Poop Smart Clark, Stormwater Partners of SW Washington

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Follow the Water

Follow the Water

Follow the Water is about our relationship with our rivers. It’s about connecting people with our water—where we live, work, and play. It’s also about connecting our behaviors to the rivers so we understand that what we do affects water—both positively and negatively. Follow the Water is about learning and sharing new ways to be better to our water with your friends and neighbors.

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