How clean is your local stream?
Learn what you can do to maintain healthy watersheds for your community, fish and wildlife and future generations. Take our free volunteer training series, learn for yourself and then teach others to protect our precious resources.
Thursdays, 6:30 - 9:00 pm
January 26 – March 29th
All classes take place at 78th Street Heritage Farm – 1919 NE 78th Street, Vancouver
In addition, two Saturday field trips are required. (March 10, 8-noon and March 17, 8-2:30).
To apply or for more information please contact:
firstname.lastname@example.org 360-397-6060 x 5712
http://clark.wsu.edu/volunteer/ws/training.html or apply online at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Spring2012WatershedStewards
Offered by WSU Clark County Extension in partnership with Clark County Environmental Services, Watershed Steward training uses community experts and environmental professionals to teach the basics of ecology, hydrology, stream restoration, and the importance of native plants and fish.
After training, volunteers work on a variety of projects with the Watershed Steward Program and local environmental partners in public outreach and education, stream restoration, water-quality monitoring, classroom presentations, or community workshops.
WSU Extension Programs are available to all without discrimination. If you require special accommodation, call WSU Clark County Extension at (360) 397-6060 ext. 0 prior to the event.