learn the science of collecting critters to assess water quality and more!
- Create a baseline of water quality throughout Westchester County
- Connect communities with their water resources through hands on involvement and education, and
- Allow access to water quality information for educational purposes.
Morning: Learn about water chemistry and the equipment used for stream monitoring
Afternoon: Practice collecting, analyzing and recording water quality data and identifying water critters at a nearby stream.
Learn and practice entering stream monitoring results into the Westchester County Citizens' Volunteer Monitoring Program.
May 2, 2009 - Rye Nature Center
May 9, 2009 Stone Bars Center for Food and Agriculture Pocantico Hills
May 16, 2009 Ward Pound Ridge Reservation, Cross River
To register, send: Your name, E-mail address, Address, City, Phone, and preferred training date to:
Susan E. Darling, Associate Planner
Dept. of Planning
148 Martine Avenue, Room 432
White Plains, NY 10601
or visit on the web at: http://cvmp.westchestergov.com/cvmp