Adopt-A-Stream is a program that promotes environmental stewardship through training workshops, outdoor field activities and by introducing participants to watershed action projects.
The two-day workshop provides an in-depth study of watersheds, as well as hands-on training in chemical and biological parameters important to a healthy stream.
In addition, the workshop will:
- Increase awareness of nonpoint source pollution
- Introduce surveying and mapping of your watershed\
- Increase watershed protection awareness and possible actions that can be taken to help your watershed. It Begins at Home is a new program with ideas about projects such as;
* Storm Drain Marking
* Stream Clean-ups
* Advocacy and More
Who Should Participate?
Educators, land managers, advocacy groups, Scout troop leaders, Envirothon Team Advisors, watershed team leaders, environmental educators, concerned citizens and others. For more information contact Debra Veeder, Adopt-A-Stream Coordinator at (601) 605-1790, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or check the events calendar for dates on our website at www.mswildlife.org.
Cost for the two-day program is $50 per person and includes accommodations, meals and all materials needed for the workshop. For teachers, 2.0 CEU credits are available for an additional $25.00.
Note: If you have your own waders feel free to bring them.