Winter

Theme: Chloride Reduction / Salt Smart
Timeline: November – March (or between first and last snowfall)

The salt we use to keep our roads, parking lots and sidewalks free of ice during the winter finds its way into our rivers where it is toxic to fish and harms local water quality. Salt is corrosive to our infrastructure and can kill the vegetation on our landscape. Learn more at saltsmart.org

Blog posts


Newsletters (summarized version of blog post)


Infographic: “Why Be Salt Smart?”


Bookmark for Residents

Bookmark files are optimized for print: PNG, 300dpi, CYMK with a 1/8″ bleed:

Download front

Download back

Back of bookmark, “4 Steps to Be Salt Smart” reformatted as a graphic for websites and social media (click to download):


Snow & Ice Removal FAQ

Online page at saltsmart.org/FAQ

PDF

Word document: customize with information specific to your community, such as ordinances


Social Media Posts

Let us know how we can customize these posts for you with your logo or information specific to your community. Email Lea Rodbarry, Watershed Communications Specialist, at lrodbarry@theconservationfoundation.org.

Salt Smart Tips for Staying Safe on the Road this Winter

What to Expect During a Storm

Winter Clean-Up Tips


Winter Seasonal Campaign Checklist

Use this checklist to track your use of outreach materials to meet MS4 Public Education and Outreach requirements.


Past Seasonal Outreach Materials

Social Media Posts

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Get in Touch

Naperville, IL 60565

Phone: 630-428-4500
Fax: 630-428-4599
jhammer@theconservationfoundation.org

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Upcoming member meetings

November 19th – via Zoom