Blue Thumb is hosting a two-day volunteer training on August 11th and 12th in Sawyer, Oklahoma for those interested learning how to monitor local streams and creeks. This training will provide prospective volunteers the skills needed to monitor local creeks and streams and help keep their local bodies of water clean.
Day One of the training will provide attendees with an introduction to Blue Thumb, Project WET, and the Oklahoma Conservation Commission. It will also teach people how to use the various educational tools that are available to Blue Thumb volunteers. Attendees will also receive the Project WET 2.0 Guide and materials.
Day Two of the training will cover stream ecology and the Healthy Water, Healthy People Monitoring Guide. Day Two will also teach attendees how to conduct water quality tests.
This two day event costs $25 for both days ($15 for Day One and $10 for Day Two). For more information and to register for this training visit www.bluethumbok.com. You can also contact Candice Miller at Candice.firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.