The Citizen-based Water Monitoring Network includes three levels to accommodate the varied interests and time availability of citizens. Everyone initiates participation in Level 1 (except under special circumstances). After that, citizens can choose to participate in Level 2 or Level 3 projects. Use the links below to learn more about the various programs offered within each level of the Network.
Quick Links to Programs: Citizen Lakes Monitoring Network, Clean Boats, Clean Waters, Water Action Volunteers, Big Eau Pleine River Project, Carpenter Creek Impaired Waters Monitoring, Crayfish Survey, Discovery Farms' Trained Local Samplers, E. coli Monitoring, Ephemeral Pond Monitoring, Independent Monitoring with Center for Watershed Science and Education, Family Level Macroinvertebrate Identification, Odonata Survey, Road Salt Monitoring, Rush River Project, Total Phosphorus Monitoring
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