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Kanawha County: Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring Training - April 8, Charleston

posted Mar 8, 2017, 6:06 AM by Kathleen Tyner   [ updated Mar 10, 2017, 10:14 AM ]
Learn to Monitor Water Quality

Vulnerable headwater streams are at risk from shale gas development. That’s why WV Rivers and Trout Unlimited are training volunteers, as part of the WV-VA Water Quality Monitoring Program, to effectively monitor water quality in areas with the potential to experience impacts from shale gas development.

The program will be hosting a training in Charleston, WV on Saturday, April 8.
What: Shale Gas Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring Training
When: Saturday, April 8, 10:00am - 4:00pm
Where: Unitarian Universalist Congregation Church
    520 Kanawha Boulevard West
    Charleston, WV 25302
    Webb Room

Pre-registration is required for the training. Please fill out this form to register, or call 304-637-7201.

Please apply by Wednesday, April 5. Directions to the training session and an agenda will be provided the week of the training.
Check out Guarding Our Waters, a short film on the WV-VA Water Quality Monitoring Program, to learn more about how volunteers are making a difference for the waters they love.
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