The WV/VA Monitoring Program is a state-wide network of volunteer stewards who monitor high quality streams at risk from shale gas development. As part of an effort to reach more remote streams a Watershed Snapshot Day event was held in West Virginia’s Monongahela National Forest.
Benthic Macroinvertebrate Survey Training on Glady Fork, WV
TU, in partnership with West Virginia Save Our Streams, will be holding a Benthic Macroinvertebrate Survey training on Glady Fork near Bowden, WV on October 25th, 2014 from 10am to 3pm.
Volunteers Take a Water Quality Snapshot of Monongahela National Forest
On Saturday August 2nd, 30 volunteers assembled outside of Elkins, West Virginia to participate in a one-day water quality monitoring event in the northern Monongahela National Forest.
Citizen Scientists Needed for Monongahela Snapshot Day
On August 2 citizen scientists in West Virginia will be working to provide a snapshot of current water quality conditions in the Monongahela National Forest.
TU Vols Using the Latest Science in Water Quality Monitoring
The coldwater streams of Central Appalachia are still struggling from century-old impacts of the energy industry. Streams buried by mountain top removal and rivers filled with abandoned mine drainage are not uncommon. Today, a new form of energy development – unconventional shale gas – is being [ READ MORE... ]
Join your fellow West Virginians in collecting baseline water quality monitoring data in the Monongahela National Forest. The goal is to collect as many as samples as possible in one day!
Monongahela National Forest Watershed Snapshot Day
CCC Training Video: How to Collect Water Quality Data in the Field