Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring

CCWI coordinates a citizen monitoring program in the Russian River, Salmon Creek, and Petaluma River Basins. Citizen monitors are volunteer members of neighborhood or watershed groups which are interested in watershed protection. By monitoring local creeks and rivers, citizen monitors learn about their watershed, help pinpoint pollution sources, and identify widespread problems. CCWI trains citizen monitors in how to use the equipment, and lends the equipment to them on a monthly basis (like a library). For more information about quality assurance, equipment calibration, and data analysis, please contact the CCWI office.
Become a Volunteer Monitor&nbsp&nbsp|&nbsp&nbsp A Monitoring Story&nbsp&nbsp|&nbsp&nbsp Monitoring Handbook &nbsp|&nbsp&nbspData
Humbolt Bay First Flush&nbsp&nbsp|&nbsp&nbsp Fortuna Area Projects&nbsp&nbsp|&nbsp&nbsp Stuart School Junior Monitors


Find Your Watershed

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Americano Creek Austin Creek Dutch Bill Creek Green Valley Creek Jenner Creek Laguna de Santa Rosa Mark West creek Pocket Creek Russian River Salmon Creek Santa Rosa Creek Blucher Creek

Americano Creek  |  Austin Creek  |  BlucherCreek  |  Cheney Gulch   |  Dutch Bill Creek  |  Green Valley Creek  |  Jenner Creek  |  Laguna de Santa Rosa  |  Mark West Creek  |  PocketCanyon   |  Russian River  |  Salmon Creek  |  Santa Rosa Creek


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