By Seth Kinker, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Huron River Watershed Council (HRWC) wants your help!
“The Stonefly’s we search for in January
On Jan. 26 volunteers will help experienced researchers look for Stoneflies, a macroinvertebrate that’s a sign of good water quality in the watershed.
Volunteers will go to two locations, while the project encompasses about 30-40 locations. At each site, they’ll look for
The two sites consist of a nice location along with a more environmentally degraded location second. The meaning is twofold, one as an educational benefit to show volunteers the difference in landscapes. Two, to not move contaminates or invasive species to the nicer locations.
Overall, the experience should last about four hours with travel time, introductions, and going into the field.
Volunteers can register on the HRWC website.