The Clean Water Partnership was established in 2014 between Prince George’s County and a private company, Corvias, to retrofit 2,000 acres to better facilitate more resilient stormwater management. A significant component of the CWP — which has been extended 30 more years and to cover 4,000 more acres — is educating the community on resilient infrastructure and environmental literacy. Much of this engagement and education centers on the youth of Prince George’s County. Several programs, including the Junior Achievement Finance Park and End Time Harvest Ministries, have established training, internship, and educational programs for students throughout the school district, ensuring that young people throughout the community become engaged in learning about and participating in the development of resilient, green infrastructure. Since its foundation, CWP has invested over $500,000 in youth and educational programs, with the overall goal of improving environmental literacy and instilling the importance of resiliency. Through these programs, all 8th-grade students within the county are introduced to green stormwater management techniques, and 70 students have gained first-hand experience relating to environmental literacy.