Volunteer environmental monitoring can be a great family activity, a good excuse to get out on the water, or simply a good way to learn about pollution of water, and how to protect your favorite waterbody. Our volunteers come from diverse educational backgrounds and experiences, with some holding advanced degrees in science, and others still in high school. No previous education or training is required order to participate, simply a way to get to your monitoring site, and a desire to help out, and get a little wet. URI Watershed Watch provides all the training (classroom and field), equipment and laboratory analyses. Read more...
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A note about Organization pages:
In July 2018, I have begun developing comprehensive indexing for all the listings. This is a BIG project, and it will take me a while to debug and complete. If you have suggestions for better terms for your organization, please let me know via email. - Sue Korté, Managing Editor