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Natural Gas Pipeline Water Quality Monitoring Training - Slatyfork, March 5

posted Feb 19, 2016, 9:21 AM by Kathleen Tyner   [ updated Feb 25, 2016, 11:39 AM ]
Monitor Water Quality Along Pipeline Routes

Vulnerable coldwater streams are at risk from the development of natural gas pipelines. 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 along proposed pipeline routes before, during and after potential pipeline construction.

The program will be hosting a training in Slatyfork, WV on Saturday, March 5. Interested volunteers must be able to monitor at predetermined locations along pipeline routes. 

What: Natural Gas Pipeline Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring Training
When: Saturday, March 5, 9:30 AM – 4:00 pm
Where: Slatyfork, WV

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

Please apply by Wednesday, March 2. Directions to the training session and an agenda will be provided the week of the training.