Hoosier Riverwatch
What: Hoosier Riverwatch Citizen Science
When: Tuesday, August 28, 2018, 8 am-4 pm, check-in begins at 7:30 am
Where: Ellis Park, Train Station Building, 600 East Main St., Danville. IN 46122
Who should attend: any adult interested in the natural world and who wants to know how to help. Perfect for water quality professionals, scout leaders, science teachers, homeschool parents, and others!
Who is teaching: Sarah Wolf, Hendricks County Parks Naturalist; and water quality partners.
How much: FREE

In this introductory-level workshop, you will discover the meaning of water quality and how to measure it. Many scientific concepts will be covered, but at a level that a non-scientist can certainly understand through classroom discussion, hands-on chemical analysis using simplified methods, and collection and identification of aquatic insects. Coffee, morning refreshments, snacks, and water will be provided.

After attending this training, you can perform your own stream analysis as a Hoosier Riverwatch volunteer and may submit data to the Hoosier Riverwatch online database. (Monitoring streams and submitting data is not required after attending this training but it is available to you if you are interested.)
Questions or concerns? Contact Sarah Wolf at swolf@hcparks.net.
For more information about Hoosier Riverwatch, go to: www.HoosierRiverwatch.com.

Space is limited! Register by August 21 or until full.
Looking forward to seeing you at the workshop!
Sarah Wolf, Park Naturalist, swolf@hcparks.net, 765-676-5437

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