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Learn to monitor your own backyard stream or volunteer with WEN

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The Watershed Education Network presents our first Volunteer Stream Monitoring Training tomorrow!

Join The Watershed Education Network (WEN) this Saturday from 3-6pm at Upper Greenough Park Pavilion for a free Volunteer River Monitoring Training. WEN will be teaching about the physical, chemical and biological aspects of our local rivers, so you can monitor your own backyard stream health or volunteer on a WEN field trip! Join us for one or more of these dates:

Saturday, September 10th 3-6pm
Tuesday, September 20th 4:30-7:30pm
Wednesday, September 21 4:30-7:30pm

All of these trainings take place at Upper Greenough Park. Be sure to bring warm socks, a water bottle, and yourself.

To sign up or for questions, call the WEN office at 541-9287 or email water@montanawatershed.org. We hope to see you at the river!
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