In celebration of World Water Day, River Network presents the first report in its new What Works series showcasing successful volunteer water monitoring efforts from around the United States. Creative Partnerships in Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring: A What Works Snapshot presents an overview of the extent to which volunteer monitoring efforts are incorporating partnering into their strategies, and how those partnerships work.
Check out our recent health program publications, including our ground-breaking Clinician's Guide to Toxic Exposures and Disease, a critical resource tool for educating healthcare professionals about the importance of legislation to control toxic substances.
The Clean Water Act turns 40 this year and more than ever it needs you (yes you!) to speak out for the health of your local rivers, lakes and wetlands. Our online Clean Water Act course helps you do just that.
As part of its annual recognition of World Environment Day on June 5, Budweiser will again donate $150,000 to River Network to help support watershed conservation projects in each of the company's twelve brewery cities, as well as Oklahoma City and Idaho Falls.
Our President, Todd Ambs, helped kick off the 8th annual National Water Quality Monitoring Conference on May 1 in Portland, Oregon, in front of a gathering of 1,100 water quality monitoring professionals. Here's what he had to say ...