RiverWatch is a network of volunteers who steward and protect
Illinois streams. RiverWatch-certified volunteers are trained to
detect and track the changes in water quality as suggested by
changes in the population of macroinvertebrates, such as dragonfly
nymphs, beetle larva, midges and snails. In doing so, they provide
valuable insight to the health of our rivers and streams.
interactive workshop next Saturday will give volunteers the tools to
test water quality and collect reliable data. No previous experience
is necessary, just enthusiasm and the willingness to learn.
Visit ngrrec.org to learn more
Registration is required for the workshop and a fee is
charged. Registration is through the National Great Rivers Research
and Education Center. For more information on registering, visit ngrrec.org/riverwatch or
contact Nate Keener at 618-468-2782 or email@example.com.
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Participants should bring a sack lunch.
Sugar Grove Nature Center is located in beautiful, historic Funks
Grove, just south of Bloomington-Normal. For a map and directions to
the nature center, as well as membership and program information,
[Text from file
received from Sugar
Grove Nature Center]