Three Rivers Waterkeeper Hosts 3 Rivers Watch Summer Training Events July 9, August 6
The 3 Rivers Watch is a network of volunteers who are active river users or river watchers, from individuals to groups, who have a vested interest in clean water. You can monitor the water while you are boating, kayaking, swimming, or even walking along the river.
If you are passionate about creating drinkable, fishable, and swimmable waters, then you might be a great fit for our 3 Rivers Watch Program.
Join Three Rivers Waterkeeper for a morning of kayaking or easy hiking with an in-person training session where we go over what pollution to look for and how to report pollution while you're out by or on the water!
The two remaining training sessions will be held--
-- July 9: 3 Rivers Watch @ Nine Mile Run (hiking), 9:00 to 11:00 a.m.
-- August 6: 3 Rivers Watch @ Deer Creek Boat Launch (kayaking), 9:00 to 11:00 a.m.
Click Here to register and for more information.
Prior to attending an in-person training session, it is recommended but not required that you watch our training videos and complete a short quiz to receive a certification from us!
You can receive more information about this by checking out the 3 Rivers Watch Program webpage.
For more information on programs, initiatives, other upcoming events and how you can get involved, visit the Three Rivers Waterkeeper website.
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[Posted: June 28, 2022]
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