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Welcome environmental education students to the Watershed Education Network sign up sheet! If you find that you can't type your name under the program you want to volunter at, click the drop down menu at the top with the eyeball next to it, this will allow you to request editing permission. If you haven't already, please fill out WEN's volunteer application found at the adjacent link. Below are also some additional informational videos about some topics we covered during our training. Please contact rebecca@montanawatershed.org if you have any questions!
Volunteer Application
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Mayfly Life Cycle: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PBHBfck67D8Dragonfly Nymph Feeding: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=StdLtePEuF0&list=PLWdQqfy3f-wRn2K69UdNHnbpuH_uvR4gnIncomplete Metamorphosis (Stonefly Example): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E4Al8cwkb4ICaddisfly Case-building video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z3BHrzDHoYoComplete Metamorphosis (Mosquito example): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wFfO7f8Vr9c
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Non Point Source Pollution (Floodplains): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=phmN-IpR3xwFinding Bankfull: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G8D_731_KIcStream Cross Section (with excellent accent!): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7gFzC_bX7TwStream Velocity (again with an amazing accent): https://www.youtube.com/watch?annotation_id=annotation_3720524899&feature=iv&src_vid=7gFzC_bX7Tw&v=eKYrHc0pjxs
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Dissolved Oxygen Introduction: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oVW5LAzd7Ec
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Thursday, March 16thLolo SchoolTraveler's Rest State ParkWEN will be bringing Lolo School's 6th grade class to Lolo creek for some water quality monitoring. Specifically, these students will learn the sedimentation story of this local watershed. A fire in 2013 decimated riparian vegetation, causing banks to erode on the creek. Working with Lolo Watershed Group, we will lead these students to conduct biological, chemical and physical data collection. Volunteers are needed to help teach these stations.10:00 am- 1:45 pm
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EE Student Openings = 8
1. Emma Andrews
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2. Carli O'Brien
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3. Mckayla Botsford
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4. Riley Golder
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6. Jenna Hoppe
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7.Holly Hansen
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8. Morgan Sulser
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Wednesday, April 5thSussex SchoolGreenough ParkWEN will be bringing Sussex School's Kindergarten class, the Flying Penguins, out to Rattlesnake Creek to finish a study on where leaves go after they fall from the trees. Last fall, these students hypothesized what would happen to leaves that fall in rivers and streams. Culminating this field trip, theclass built leaf packs, mesh bags full of leaves they collected which got nailed to the stream bed in November. Now we will be rejoining the class in the field to take their leaf packs out of the water and see if there's any macroinvertebrates actively feeding in their pack. This group is very excitable and enjoy to move around, so we will also be singing songs creek-side and playing an imagination macroinvertebrate life cycle game.1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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EE Student Openings = 31. Kari Cunningham
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2. Olivia Helland
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3. Samantha Worster
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Friday, April 7th Missoula International SchoolGreennough Park A 2nd and 3rd grade class from Missoula International School are studying biodiversity and will be joining WEN at their backyard creek, Rattlesnake creek. These students will be looking through the lens of macroinvertebrate biodiversity in different habitats throughout the creek, walking along the riparian corridor of the creek to examine biodiversity of plants & wildlife, and learning about how human activity can negatively effect biodiversity, like the introduction of aquatic invasive species. Volunteers need to arrive 30 minutes prior to start time.9:00 am -12:00 pm
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EE Student Openings = 31.Katherine Wickham
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2.Kaycie Osterday
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Friday, April 14th eNDVR Alt. School- younger studentsGreenough Park eNDVR is an alternative school and the students ages 4-9yrs old will meet WEN in Greenough Park for a Stream Monitoring Program; aquatic macroinvertevrates, anatomy, art, and likely riparian walk with this group are planned. 9am -12pm
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EE Student Openings = 41. Erika Hoaby
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2. Joel Rivera
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3. Trae Williams
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4. Elsie Wipplinger
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Saturday, April 15thFly Fishing FairCabela's in Missoula, MTCabela's will be hosting a family event called the Fly Fishing Fair! WEN will be providing a station to allow families to explore live aquatic macroinvertebrates through our famous biological station, and compare them to their biomicing counterparts, fishing flies. This event requires a minimum committment of three hours. Below the sign up is split into two sections, a 10-1 session & a 1-4 session. Feel free to help for the whole event as well, but you only need to type your name under one slot.11:00 am - 4:00 pm
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EE Student Openings = 610:00 am - 1:00 pm1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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1.Josh Jenks1. Sarah Nelson
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2. Reagan Mecham2.Alison Young
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3. Bradley Smith 3. Baylee Schreder
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Tuesday, April 18thHellgate Elementary SchoolTBD (on Grant Creek)A class of 2nd grade students from Hellgate Elementary will be expanding their knowledge on life cycles by going to their backyard stream, Grant creek, to look at aquatic insects and learn about the difference between complete and incomplete metamorphosis. It is still uncertain whether the site will be safe enough to have students accessing the water in waders so volunteers for this program must be at the site an hour before to potentially help precollect insects, or be briefed in wading safely with children. Please arrive for 8:00 am.9:00 am - 11:30 am
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EE Student Openings = 31. Bronte King
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Friday, April 21eNDVR Alt. School - older students Greenough Park eNDVR is an alternative school and the students ages 10-16yrs old will meet WEN at Pattee Creek (tenatively Lester Park) for a Stream Monitoring Program; aquatic macroinvertevrates, chemistry, physical stattion and likely riparian walk with this group are planned. 12:00 pm- 3:00 pm
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EE Student Openings = 41. Morgan Mires
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2. Kaley Harrison-Walker
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3. Lexie Brunsvold
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4. Cheyanne Chadwick
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Saturday, April 22ndMissoula Art MusuemMissoula Art Museum on Pattee  call Deb (406) 370-6763 for directions WEN is partnering with the Missoula Art Museum in honor of Earth Day to provide a kid event where students join WEN at the river to observe aquatic macroinvertebrates, learn about their importance in aquatic systems, but most importantly get inspired for painting! After the field outing the group will walk back to the MAM to learn than put their inspiration to paper in a drawing/painting seminar. Unsure of the size of the group we will be working with; this event has potential for more spaces opening up for EE student help, but at least three spots are open.8am -12 pm
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EE Student Openings = 31. Lauren Williamson
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2. Emma Hewey
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3.Jessica Mielke
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Saturday, April 29thWildlife ExtravaganzaMontana Natural History CenterThe University of Montana Student Chapter of the Wildlife Society will be hosting the 5th annual Wildlife Extravaganza! WEN will be providing a station to allow families to explore live aquatic macroinvertebrates through our famous biological station, preserved specimen with microscopes, and our Build your own Caddis, Caddisfly Photobooth. This event requires a minimum committment of three hours. Below the sign up is split into two sections, a 9-12 session & a 12-3 session. Feel free to help for the whole event as well, but you only need to type your name under one slot.10:00 am - 3:00 pm
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EE Student Openings = 69:00 am - 12:00 pm12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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1. Alisha Jore 1. Melanie LaChapelle
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2. Kathleen Evans2. Shane Delaney
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3. Elizabeth Fannin3. Ashley Olsen
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Sunday, April 30thUnplug & PlayMcCormick ParkUnplug & Play is a celebration in Missoula encouraging families to get outside and off their devices. WEN will be looking at aquatic macros as a gateway to exploring your backyard stream with watercolors. We'll be counting on volunteers to help with set up at least 30 minutes before the program begins. Volunteers need to arrive at McCromick Park at 12:30 pm.1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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EE Student Openings = 41. Bradley Odell
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2. Kieran Bergstrom
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3. Julie Ovenell
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4. Mariah Kelley
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Monday, May 1stWashington Middle SchoolClark Fork River in front of Finn & Porter RestaurantWEN will be bringing WMS 7th graders out to the Clark Fork River to connect Native trout species, their habitats and their food to the sport of fly fishing. 8:00 am - 11:30 am
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Monday, May 1stWashington Middle SchoolClark Fork River in front of Finn & Porter RestaurantWEN will be bringing WMS 7th graders out to the Clark Fork River to connect Native trout species, their habitats and their food to the sport of fly fishing. 11:30 am - 3:00 pm
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Tuesday, May 2ndWashington Middle SchoolClark Fork River in front of Finn & Porter RestaurantWEN will be bringing WMS 7th graders out to the Clark Fork River to connect Native trout species, their habitats and their food to the sport of fly fishing. 8:00 am - 11:30 am
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EE Student Openings = 2
1.Gage Kindberg
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2.Charlene Burger
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Tuesday, May 2ndWashington Middle SchoolClark Fork River in front of Finn & Porter RestaurantWEN will be bringing WMS 7th graders out to the Clark Fork River to connect Native trout species, their habitats and their food to the sport of fly fishing. 12:00 pm - 3:30 pm
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Wednesday, May 3rdWashington Middle SchoolClark Fork River in front of Finn & Porter RestaurantWEN will be bringing WMS 7th graders out to the Clark Fork River to connect Native trout species, their habitats and their food to the sport of fly fishing. 8:00 am - 11:30 am
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Aileen Funk
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