Date & Time
Saturday, October 7, 2017 - 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Learn how to measure stream flow and why this information is important for the health of the watershed. Successful completion of this training is required for Urban EcoStewards to be able to conduct stream monitoring. (Participants are not required, however, to be Urban EcoStewards. Anyone who is interested in stream monitoring is welcome to attend.)
Sarah Lavin will be co-facilitating the workshop. Sarah has been working closely with NMRWA staff for three years through her previous work as a graduate student researcher at Pitt. She now works at Rhea Engineers & Consultants, Inc. as a Geologic Specialist and continues to serve NMRWA as an active member of our Monitoring Committee.
Please wear long pants and sturdy, tall boots or closed-toe shoes. If you have hip boots or waders, please bring them.
Snacks and light refreshments will be provided. Please bring a water bottle if you have one. Children 16+ accompanied by a parent/guardian are welcome.
Not an Urban EcoSteward? That’s ok, all are welcome to attend! If you’d like to learn more about the program, click here to visit our UES info page.
For more information about the event contact our Project Manager Lindsey-Rose Allen at or (412)-371-8779 ext. 119.