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BRC Monthly Water Quality Monitoring: Saturday, August 11; 9 a.m. to noon drop-off

The BRWA coordinates the Blackstone River Coalition Water Quality Monitoring Program for the mid-reach segment of the Blackstone River and it's tributaries. Each month, volunteers collect water samples and other data at sites throughout the watershed and bring them to drop-off labs for analysis. The data is compiled and used by a number of agencies and decision makers. We are always looking for volunteers to sample in the field or help out in the lab.

For more information contact: Mike Sperry at mike.sperry@thebrwa.org

BRC Monthly Water Quality Monitoring: Saturday, September 8; 9 a.m. to noon drop-off

The BRWA coordinates the Blackstone River Coalition Water Quality Monitoring Program for the mid-reach segment of the Blackstone River and it's tributaries. Each month, volunteers collect water samples and other data at sites throughout the watershed and bring them to drop-off labs for analysis. The data is compiled and used by a number of agencies and decision makers. We are always looking for volunteers to sample in the field or help out in the lab.

For more information contact: Mike Sperry at mike.sperry@thebrwa.org

BRC Monthly Water Quality Monitoring: Saturday, October 13; 9 a.m. to noon drop-off

The BRWA coordinates the Blackstone River Coalition Water Quality Monitoring Program for the mid-reach segment of the Blackstone River and it's tributaries. Each month, volunteers collect water samples and other data at sites throughout the watershed and bring them to drop-off labs for analysis. The data is compiled and used by a number of agencies and decision makers. We are always looking for volunteers to sample in the field or help out in the lab.

For more information contact: Mike Sperry at mike.sperry@thebrwa.org

BRC Monthly Water Quality Monitoring: Saturday, November 10; 9 a.m. to noon drop-off

The BRWA coordinates the Blackstone River Coalition Water Quality Monitoring Program for the mid-reach segment of the Blackstone River and it's tributaries. Each month, volunteers collect water samples and other data at sites throughout the watershed and bring them to drop-off labs for analysis. The data is compiled and used by a number of agencies and decision makers. We are always looking for volunteers to sample in the field or help out in the lab.

For more information contact: Mike Sperry at mike.sperry@thebrwa.org

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