Streamkeepers: Keeping an Eye on Our Creeks

An ever-growing number of volunteer Citizen Scientists are helping protect waterways by acting as the eyes and ears of local watershed groups — and helping measure the positive impacts of land protection and restoration work. These “ordinary” people come from all walks of life and visit their adopted sites every month to observe, report, and learn from the changes they see: the ebb and flow of the creek, the changing wildlife, the seasonal variations in the landscapes. They learn from each other and from the environment around them — and love to share what they know.

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