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Student Watershed Watch

Sampling Day 2019:
Thursday, October 3

Student Summit 2019:
Friday, November 8


The Student Watershed Watch (SWW) helps our region’s young people to appreciate our streams, so they may grow to be wise stewards. Each year the SWW brings hundreds of students together from urban and rural school districts in the Maumee Area of Concern to learn about our local environment. Highlights of this two-part program includes water quality testing performed by Junior and Senior High School classes at local stream sites. Students test for temperature, turbity, dissolved oxygen, pH, and many other parameters using standardized test kits to determine the health of the water. Benthic samples are collected from the stream bottoms for analyzing macroinvertebrate communities. The program culminates at a Student Summit where student representatives from participating schools release and compare their results. Students also have an opporunity to network with their peers and local professionals during the poster and workshop sessions of the Summit. Information from previous years including participating schools, sampling sites, and results can be downloaded by contacting Sara Guiher.

Please call 419-241-9155 ext. 1147 for more information on how your class can get involved or how you can contribute to this educational program.

2018 Information:
Student Sampling: Thursday, October 4
Student Summit: Friday, November 9 at UT Scott Park Campus Student Center
THANK YOU to all who participated!

>>2018 Flyer
>>Student Watershed Watch Summit Registration

Student Watershed Watch Summit Winners
Posters
Most creative: West Side Montessori
Most informative: Sylvania Southview HS
Best overall: Ottawa Hills Elementary


Presentations
Most creative: Maritime Academy
Most informative: Sylvania Northview HS
Best overall: West Side Montessori
Professionalism: Beverly Elementary (special category)
Stewardship: Northwood Junior High (special category)








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Previous information can be found at the Student Watershed Watch Archive


For More Information:
Sara Guiher
Water Quality
Planner
Toledo Metropolitan Area Council of Governments
300 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive
P.O. Box 9508 Toledo, Ohio
43697-9508
Phone: 419.241.9155 ext. 103
Fax: 419. 241.9116


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