Reports and Summative Progress

Summative evaluation provides indicators of education and outreach success by documenting and measuring the number of products produced, the number of people who participated in activities and/or implemented management measures as a result of the educational/outreach efforts.  See Table of Summative Outreach and Education Progress below:


The Deer Creek Watershed Alliance has helped fund and install 487 rainscaping projects in the watershed.  These projects are collectively removing an estimated 188 tons of sediment, 119 pounds of nitrogen, and 23.5 pounds of phosphorus from Deer Creek currently each year! Of these projects, the 21 installed after September 30, 2022 are currently resulting in an estimated reduction of 65 million E. coli counts per day.

Rainscaping is any combination of plantings, water features, catch basins, permeable pavement, and other activities that manage stormwater as close as possible to where it falls, rather than moving it someplace else. Rainscaping practices can include features such as rain gardens, bioswales, lawn alternatives and trees and shrubs, green roofs, etc. to slow down, soak up and reuse rainwater before it carries pollutants to a local stream. To view photographs of rainscaping by types of projects that have been funded and installed, visit

More details on accomplishments that have been achieved can be found at

Annual Reports

FY 2023 Annual Report

FY 2022 Annual Report

FY 2021 Annual Report

FY 2020 Annual Report

FY 2019 Annual Report

FY 2018 Annual Report

FY 2017 Annual Report

FY 2016 Annual Report

FY 2015 Annual Report

FY 2014 Annual Report

2008-2013 Five Year Report

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  • Jennifer Krause
    published this page in Achievements 2022-01-07 08:12:46 -0600