Age Minimum (with Adult): 18+, Minimum Age:18+
Snapshot Day Water Quality Monitoring
Snapshot Day is May 4, 2018! On the first Saturday in May each year hundreds of volunteers join the Coastal Watershed Council and Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary staff to take a “snapshot” of the health of rivers and streams flowing into the Sanctuary. This favorite event draws people of all ages from all over California’s Central Coast to collect scientifically valid water quality data and to learn more about their local watersheds.The valuable data collected by Snapshot Day volunteers is used to drive action for clean water. Data from field measurements and lab analysis are collected and analyzed to determine the biggest threats to water quality and best management practices to address them. Together with local experts and our partners in government, CWC uses that data to drive improvements in our stormwater infrastructure and also manage erosion and stormwater runoff which are threats to clean water. **All volunteers are required to attend a training** Go to the Coastal Watershed website to sign up for a training:https://coastal-watershed.org/san-lorenzo-river/our-approach/community-science/snapshot-day/
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