Streamkeepers Training Workshop
Are you interested in learning more about the health of our local streams and creeks?
Project Watershed is hosting a Streamkeepers Training workshop this September for $50. The Streamkeepers Program is a series of modules which provide a protocol for assessing stream health. Participants will learn how to asses physical habitat, water quality and quantity and how to identify common aquatic insects. Upon successful completion of training a certificate is awarded to each participant.
- When: Sat. Sept. 17 and Sun. Sept. 18, 2016. 9:30 – 4:30 each day.
- Where: Comox Valley Project Watershed Office – 2356 a Rosewall Crescent Courtenay, BC. We will start indoors and then carpool out to a local stream. Please bring rubber-boots or waders and be prepared to work outdoors.
- Cost: The cost is $50.00 per student. The Streamkeepers Handbook will be provided free of cost!
Please click on ‘register’ below to sign up for the workshop. We encourage you to register early as space is limited (and we need a minimum of 10 participants to run the workshop).
If you cannot make this session we will run another course at a future date. If you would like to be wait listed for our next workshop send your contact information to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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