Bacterial Monitoring on Friday and Chemical Monitoring on Saturday in Waycross, by Georgia Adopt-A-Stream (AAS), Satilla Riverkeeper, and other. This is not a WWALS event, but everyone is invited. -jsq
AAS Bacterial Monitoring workshop
|When:||Fri, June 13, 5:30pm – 8:30pm|
|What:||E. coli is an indicator organism that can be used to assess the health of our waters and can help identify possible sources of pollution. This workshop will focus on proper collection of a water sample; transfer of sample onto plates that will be incubated and proper interpretation of results. Volunteers who successfully perform the bacterial monitoring and pass the written test with a score of 90% or better will be considered a QA/QC volunteer for one year.|
AAS Chemical Monitoring workshop
|When:||Sat, June 14, 9am – 1pm|
|What:||This free hands-on workshop is designed to train volunteers to evaluate local water quality. We will focus on the chemical monitoring methods including water/air temperature, pH, dissolved oxygen and clarity, conductivity and salinity. This workshop is also appropriate if you are more inland and intend to monitor a freshwater waterway. Volunteers who successfully perform the chemical monitoring and pass the written test with a score of 80% or better will be considered a QA/QC volunteer for one year.|
|Where:||1725 South Georgia Parkway West, Waycross, GA, United States (map)|
Would you like to attend a free workshop to learn more about the Adopt-A-Stream program and become a certified water quality volunteer? Find out what you can do to protect your local waterway!
Dress appropriately for the field, the workshop will be held rain or shine!
This workshop will be conducted by Georgia Adopt-A-Stream in partnership with the Georgia Southern Regional Commission, Satilla Riverkeeper and Camden County Extension.
For more information or to RSVP please contact the Satilla Riverkeeper at (912) 510-9500 or email@example.com.