Upcoming Streamkeepers Course: October 5-6, 2019

Join the Elk River Alliance for an incredible hands-on learning opportunity that you won’t want to miss! To register and pay click here.

This is citizen scientist training that is recommended if you wish to participate in our community-based water monitoring program! The two day course is valued at $225 but we are pleased to be able to offer it to ERA members for a nominal registration fee of $25 (non-members for $50). The course will run October 5-6, 2019 from 9am until 4pm. On October 5th, we will be at Boivin Creek in Elkford and on October 6th we will be at Alexander Creek (east of Sparwood). Carpooling is available and encouraged.

This is citizen scientist training that is recommended if you wish to participate in our community-based water monitoring program! The two day course is valued at $225 but we are pleased to be able to offer it to ERA members for a nominal registration fee of $25 (non-members for $50). The course will run October 5-6, 2019 from 9am until 4pm. On October 5th, we will be at Boivin Creek in Elkford and on October 6th we will be at Alexander Creek (east of Sparwood). Carpooling is available and encouraged.

Participants will come away from the workshop with an understanding of how to conduct stream invertebrate surveys, stream health assessments water quality testing and more! For more information on the Streamkeepers program click here

This training will cover modules 1-4 and 11 in the Streamkeepers handbook

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