WE HAVE SOMETHING TO CELEBRATE –
ON AUGUST 19, 2017
AT CLIFTON, KY, WOODFORD COUNTY, ON THE KENTUCKY RIVER
225 YEARS OF COMMONWEALTH – 1792 TO 2017
45 YEARS OF CLEAN WATER ACT – 1972 TO 2017
20 YEARS OF WATERSHED WATCH – 1997 TO 2017
Dr. David Wicks will bring two of his Voyageur canoes from Louisville to Clifton to celebrate the birthdays of KY River Watershed Watch, Watershed Watch in Kentucky, The Clean Water Act and KENTUCKY becoming a state on August 19, 2017 at 1:00.
KY River Watershed Watch and Watershed Watch in Kentucky began a citizen scientist water quality program in 1997. We are 20 years old. Congress enacted the CLEAN WATER ACT in 1972. And KENTUCKY became a state on June 1, 1792 and is therefore 225 years old this summer.
We are recruiting corporate sponsors with a request for $225 and individual donors with a request for $20.00 to go to Watershed Watch in Kentucky.
We have seating for 28 paddlers.
Call or email Hank Graddy at 859-229-4033 or email@example.com
Focusing on monitoring and advocacy to improve water quality in the Ohio River. The Ohio River units all Watershed Watch basins across the state.
Watershed Watch In Kentucky engages volunteers and partners in promoting Green Infrastructure for stormwater management and waterway protection.
Watershed Watch provides standardized field monitoring equipment to volunteers tuned for accuracy, ease of use, dependability and comparability. We have been equipping and training volunteers for field work since 1997.
Watershed Watch helps individuals with ways they can help improve water quality and watershed health at home, on the farm and at their place of work.
Watershed Watch volunteers and science advisors share their results with their communities through education and outreach activities
Volunteers take to the field with specialized training and equipment to monitor watershed health.
Watershed Watch volunteers cover the entire state, and are free to work across state lines when watershed areas drain into or exit other states.
Watershed Watch Monitoring Data published on-line through the work of the Kentucky Geological Survey, Kentucky Water Resources Research Institute, the Kentucky Division of Water and cooperating Watershed Watch Basin Data Managers! Check it out here!
Check back for updates. new internet real-estate to be open soon for development by Watershed Watch In Kentucky and it’s partner organizations!