RiverWatch Training Workshop-Godfrey
9:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m., Saturday
Citizen Scientist Program
RiverWatch certified volunteers, referred to as Citizen Scientists, collect high quality scientific data that will subsequently be used by professionals and the general public to gauge long-term trends in stream health, develop land management strategies, identify potentially degraded waters, and assess the effectiveness of restoration projects. Through monitoring, Citizen Scientists obtain a greater understanding and appreciation for our rivers and streams and serve as advocates for the protection of those resources.
This training is for new volunteers.
Must register prior to attending a workshop. Registration is $50.00. Contact Nate Keener for information and registration, may register on web site.
Educator Workshop; Volunteer Project; Water Resources Event
Lewis and Clark Community College, Haskell Hall, Room 101
5800 Godfrey Road; park in student parking in front of Haskell Hall.
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