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Natural Gas Pipeline Water Quality Monitoring Training - October 16, Charleston

posted Sep 26, 2016, 8:06 AM by Kathleen Tyner
Monitor Water Quality Along the Proposed Mountaineer Express Pipeline Route

Streams are at risk from the development of natural gas pipelines. That’s why we're training volunteers, as part of the WV-VA Water Quality Monitoring Program, to effectively monitor water quality along proposed pipeline routes before, during and after potential pipeline construction.

The program will be hosting a training in partnership with Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition (OVEC) and WV Highlands Conservancy at Coonskin Park, in Charleston, WV on Sunday, October 16. Call 304-637-7201 to learn more about this opportunity.

What: Natural Gas Pipeline Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring Training
When: Sunday, October 16, 1:00pm – 6:00pm
Where: Coonskin Park Tennis Center - Charleston, WV

If you are interested in attending the training, please fill out the application here.

Please apply by Monday, October 10. Directions to the training session and an agenda will be provided the week of the training.

The WV-VA Water Quality Monitoring Program is a program developed by Trout Unlimited that is being implemented by Trout Unlimited and WV Rivers to train volunteers to monitor coldwater streams for impacts from shale gas and pipeline related development and other sources of non-point source pollution. Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition and WV Highlands Conservancy have partnered with TU and WV Rivers to organize this training session.

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