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Stream Leaders Workshop

To help preserve and protect Wisconsin's nearly 87,000 miles of rivers and over 15,000 lakes, it is important to first understand how they function and then take note of their status. The mission of the Citizen-based Stream Monitoring Program is to offer a variety of opportunities to engage and empower citizens to monitor and take action for these natural resources. In August 2009, a Stream Leaders Workshop was developed to provide active and interested monitors hands-on training to become more effective in community outreach to schools, local decision makers, and the media, and to build their knowledge of stream ecology and macroinvertebrates.

Summarized program information, presentations and handouts are available for the following workshops:

2009 Stream Leaders Workshop





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