Learn to Monitor Water Quality Along Pipelines – May 5, Marlinton, WV

Virginia: Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring Workshop – April 28

Mapping Trout Populations with eDNA

Help Monitor Water Quality in the Monongahela National Forest – Saturday, Sept. 23

Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring Training – June 24 – Alderson, WV

New Water Monitoring Directory

Volunteer water quality monitors play an important role in the protection of rivers and streams. While the WV-VA Water Quality Monitoring Program supports volunteers from across West Virginia and portions of Virginia, it focuses on streams that support trout populations and high quality warmwater fisheries that could face impacts from shale gas development.

That’s why we’ve created a directory of volunteer water quality monitoring programs throughout the region. Our Citizen’s Directory of Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring Programs can help you get connected with organizations looking for help near you. Check it out.