Join the Mystic River Watershed Association for a 2-hour session to learn how to be a part of its baseline water quality monitoring program — collect data that informs the EPA grade for the Mystic River! No prior experience is necessary.
Being a monitor involves a 1-2 hour time commitment per month, early in the morning, between 6AM and 8AM, to collect samples in the field with a partner, and to bring them to a central location. The training will discuss details of the logistics, correct sample collection and handling techniques, processing samples, and why the data we get from our baseline program is important.
Register for the training here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd5jUXhYw9wQ8WLo9DoOsR2__a6WqciR8Tq1AgU-FsL3csC4A/viewform