Are you interested in helping to provide data on the health of our streams to inform regulatory decisions and watershed planning?  If you are, consider joining the Raritan Headwaters (RHA) stream monitoring program as a volunteer citizen scientist.  The training requires a commitment of two separate, 2-hour webinars and one in-stream, hands on training that lasts 4 hours.  Once training is completed, you will join our stream monitoring team in assessing the biological health of our streams in the Upper Raritan Watershed Region.

Save the dates (limit 25 participants):

New Stream Monitor Training Part 1 – April 16, 6-8pm (0nline)

New Stream Monitor Training Part 2 – April 23, 6-8pm (online)

New Stream Monitor Training Part 3 – May 4, 10am-1pm (at Helen Woodman Floodplain Preserve, Bedminster)

Learn more about RHA’s stream monitoring program here.  For further information contact Benjamin Harris, Watershed Scientist,

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