Volunteer for the Eastern Sierra Watershed Project
THIS PROJECT HAS BEEN DISCONTINUED DUE TO LACK OF VOLUNTEERS
Every fall and spring local middle school kids head to the creeks for a field day studying stream science. In Mono County, Mono Lake Committee staff and volunteers run these full day science labs teaching how to identify and maintain healthy watersheds. There are nine lab stations in all including macro-invertebrate identification, stream flow monitoring, and measuring dissolved oxygen levels. Volunteers are required to participate in 1-2 training days. If you are interested in volunteering to help with these hands on labs, contact Education Director Bartshe Miller at (760) 647-6595.