Our local signage network highlights landscapes that soak up runoff to protect local waterways. It’s here to help us all see runoff, understand its negative impacts, visualize solutions, and get inspired to take on a water-friendly project at work, at home, or with an organization.
Our network now includes 16 signs in eight locations, including the Stormwater Learning Center at Habitat for Humanity Restore La Crosse. Signs are added each year to identify Soak It Up! Award winning properties, and to bring educational value to existing runoff reduction projects in our community. This year, new signs will identify 2019 and 2020 Soak It Up! Award winners Roush Rentals’ Waterview Apartments, First Congregational Church, and the Renee and Kurt Knutson residence.
If your property is landscaped for runoff reduction, or if you are planning a project to reduce runoff, contact us to add an educational sign to your property and this network. We can assist you with content and a design that fits the style of this region-wide signage system, and we’ll connect you with a manufacturer that produces a long-lasting, well-produced sign.
We can’t reshape our urban landscape overnight. But the more we all know about stormwater runoff and how to reduce it, the sooner we can eliminate the biggest source of water pollution in our area. Together, we can make a difference.
Hamilton Early Learning Center (1)
Hamilton Early Learning Center (2)
Dresbach Welcome Center
Northern Hills Elementary School
Misty’s Dance Unlimited (1)
Misty’s Dance Unlimited (2)
Habitat for Humanity ReStore (1)
Habitat for Humanity ReStore (2)
Habitat for Humanity ReStore (3)
Habitat for Humanity ReStore (4)
Habitat for Humanity ReStore (5)
Habitat for Humanity ReStore (6)