GREEN CAMP

In 2017, the City of Memphis Storm Water Program evolved it's formerly funded Pre-Engineering Enrichment Program (PEEP) into Green Camp. Green Camp invites high school students from the Memphis area who have completed their application hands-on experience in all aspects of water quality one day a week over the summer for a set time period! This includes the history of the storm water drainage system, channelization, purpose of a watershed, pollution prevention from clean-ups (including trash breakdown and decomposition times), trash booms, and man-made wetlands, water quality analysis (chemical and biological) of urban and rural waterbodies, and man-made and natural wetland comparisons, identifications, and purpose.  

We are accepting applications for our 2019 Green Camp Program! Green Camp is comprised of 3 separate groups the first 3 weeks of June 2019. Each group attends 5 classes (7 hours long) over their 5 day period. You can read our 2019 Green Camp Summer Program application with activity details by clicking the button below. We only have space for 33 students (11 per week) and applications are due by April 12, 2019. Hurry! Spaces fill fast!

 We asked the students to submit a paper of their findings. We are posting pictures, excerpts, and corrected papers below as received and invite you to enjoy the work from our valued participants with us!

Jayla Dockery 2018 Green Camp Paper

Drew Pauley 2018 Green Camp Paper

Bradley Parker 2018 Green Camp Paper

Elan Holmes-Marsh 2018 Green Camp Paper

Leticia Rosas 2017 Green Camp Paper

Olivia Stonecipher 2017 Green Camp Paper

Tatiyanna McChriston 2017 Green Camp Paper

Maranda Green 2017 Green Camp Paper