Why get involved in volunteer monitoring?

WV Save Our Streams offers volunteer groups, academia, scouts, 4-H and many others the perfect opportunity for a hands-on science-based field experience. The program provides the knowledge and tools to better understand our waters, and encourages protection and restoration. CLICK-HERE to learn more about the program’s goals and objectives. 

Glenn Nelson, Coordinator
WVDEP’s Save Our Streams Program
601 57th Street, SE
Charleston, WV 25304
Office: (304) 926-0499 Ext. 1710; Cell: (304) 545-1891
E-mail: glenn.r.nelson@wv.gov
  

“When one tugs at a single thing in nature, he finds it attached to the rest of the world” - John Muir

WV Save Our Streams wants to share your stream stories with others.  E-mail your stories and pictures to the Program Coordinator.  These will be posted to the site and used to inspire and encourage other volunteer monitoring groups.
 
CLICK-HERE to learn more about scheduling a workshop for your group. 
 

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