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Water Monitoring
for the long-term Quality of the creek

Water Monitoring is our most organized and proud effort.  The strength of the partnership we have with professors and students at WVU Tech is a large part of our success. That, and the experience and backgrounds of our board members and active monitoring participants, is a big component for the continued success of the program.  

The knowledge at our disposal continues to grow as we consistently monitor 27 sites throughout the Piney Creek Watershed.  Volunteers check for temperature, visual attributes, conductivity and then take water samples to test in the lab for bacteria and coliform.

A bit about where we shine

Water Monitoring is the backbone of all we do and guides our focus when looking for projects to address in the Watershed.  The volume of knowledge at our disposal continues to mount as we consistently monitor 27 sites throughout the Piney Creek Watershed.  We check for temperature, visual attributes, conductivity, then take water samples and test in the lab for bacteria and coliforms.

 

The strength of the partnership we have with professors and students at WVU Tech figures strongly in our success. That, the experience and backgrounds of both our board members and active monitoring participants, are bonus factors in the continued success of the program.   Consistency and detail have us swimming in 5 years of data that will come together to help us prioritize our focus as an organization. 

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History of Monitoring

2019

2020

2022

Water Monitor Program started with seven sites

Water Monitoring sustained through most of COVID-19

Presentation at the New River Symposium where they were in "AH" of the execution of 21 sites completed in One Day, monthly.

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