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Stream Stewards are expected to complete at least 20 hours of service, which may include working in groups to collect water quality data at monitoring sites, and participating in stewardship projects such as plantings, invasive species removal, monitoring project sites, river clean ups, watershed education, training, and meetings. Volunteers may be asked to assist with special events as needed. Volunteer activities may be limited due to COVID-19 concerns.
Must have an interest in community science projects. Must be hardworking and responsible. Anyone looking to gain experience in this field will be considered. Physical labor, such as lifting, kneeling, and some hiking may be expected. Volunteers are required to complete a minimum of 12 hours of training (provided by TNC).
Stream Stewards are expected to complete at least 20 hours of service per year to maintain active status. Active status will not be determined by hours of service for 2021, due to COVID-19 operation changes.
Start Date - 2021-08-01
End Date - 2022-08-01
Activities include: Conservation Education;Soil/Watershed
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