Volunteers Needed to Monitor The Last Green Valley’s Waters!

Killingly VoAg students monitor for stream-living critters. Photo by K. Couture.

Volunteers Needed to Monitor The Last Green Valley’s Waters!

TLGV needs you! With hundreds of miles of rivers and streams, including close to 65 miles of National Recreation Water trails for paddling, our waters are a priceless asset for all to enjoy.

Volunteers are needed this spring and summer for an expanded water quality monitoring program. Training and equipment are provided, and TLGV will match your interests and availability with one of the monitoring programs. Learn about trolls and hobos, catch squirmy bugs, become a storm trooper, probe a lake, and most importantly, make a long-lasting and positive impact in our National Heritage Corridor. The waters are ours and we all live downstream.

The volunteer water quality monitoring program is a partnership between TLGV, Eastern Connecticut Conservation District, Connecticut Audubon Society Center at Pomfret, and many other nonprofit organizations, businesses, and local, state, and federal agencies.

Learn more about water quality monitoring here. 

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