LSR Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring Program
The Spokane Conservation District is pleased to introduce the Little Spokane River Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring Program
The Conservation District in cooperation with the Friends of the Little Spokane River is organizing a Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring Program targeted to Little Spokane River Watershed Residents or any others who are interested in participating in on-going watershed protection and enhancement efforts.
There will be a kickoff meeting hosted at Bart and Lindell Haggin's home at 15418 N Little Spokane River Drive on December 12, 2019 from 5:00-7:00PM. The meeting is scheduled for 2 hours, but it is not expected to last much more than an hour. Please RSVP if you are planning to attend and feel free to bring a favorite holiday treat to share!
Monitoring the health of your local stream or river is an excellent way to work proactively for your local environment. Not only are you doing something positive for the environment, you also have the opportunity to spend time enjoying the outdoors and meet new friends!
Why does Volunteer Monitoring make sense?
This program will:
- Obtain long-term data or new data on the Little Spokane River water quality
- Provide a better understanding of local water quality conditions
- Help communities make informed decisions that help improve water quality
- Improve the coordination of existing water quality programs