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Confluence Crew is a citizen science water quality monitoring program administered by Palouse Conservation District. Our mission is to empower people in our community with the knowledge and tools necessary to protect our local water resources and contribute to participatory research. Data collected by volunteers ("Crew Members") will be used for educational purposes to ensure that our community has access to up-to-date water quality information about their local waterways. This program operates throughout Whitman County.
We are now recruiting volunteers to begin in Spring 2023. Please fill out our volunteer interest form if you'd like to be a part of Confluence Crew!
WA Department of Ecology SOP: Minimizing the Spread of Invasives
Non-Native Submerged Aquatic Plants to Watch for in WA
WA Fish & Wildlife Aquatic Invasive Species
Questions? Contact Elizabeth Sebo, Education & Outreach Specialist,
This publication was developed under Assistance Agreement No. NE‐01J82401 awarded by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Agreement No. PaloCD_00050 awarded by Washington State Department of Ecology (Ecology). It has not been formally reviewed by EPA or Ecology.
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