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Talladega National Forest Water Monitoring Workshop
Talladega National Forest Water Monitoring Workshop:
Alabama Water Watch, in partnership with the USDA Forest Service, is excited to continue the water quality monitoring project in the Talladega National Forest. The project builds upon monitoring groups established in the Bankhead and Tuskegee National Forests at the beginning of last year. The goal of the project is to promote citizens to discover the national forests of Alabama by monitoring their waters! Volunteer citizens will gather water chemistry and bacteriological monitoring data on select stream locations with the National Forests of Alabama.
Below and in the links above, you can find more info about how to get involved in the workshop and project:
Want to monitor water quality in the Talladega National Forest?
Registration is now open for a special workshop continuing our partnership with the USDA Forest Service’s National Forests in Alabama.
Become a water monitor for the Talladega National Forest in 3 steps:
1. Attend the Kickoff Zoom Call on Sept. 16th
2. Complete self-paced, online courses for AWW Bacteriological and Water Chemistry Monitoring
3. Attend the Field Day at Cheaha State Park on Oct. 1st
Registration Link: https://auburn.