Learning How to Protect Local Waterways
(WLOS Channel 13 News) The environmental-and-conservation organization Eco taught community members in Henderson County how to monitor waterways. Volunteers learned about insects living in streams are how they are indicators of water quality. The program plays a crucial role in Eco’s effort to keep an eye on the health of area rivers-and-tributaries. Volunteers got to put their skills to work later in the day, taking samples from the big hungry river.
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