Occasionally weather or stream conditions make it necessary to cancel
a Water Quality Monitoring activity. To save yourself a drive, contact
the WQM Stream Chair of the stream to be monitored.
We all know that funds are really tight for everyone, and the Stream Team Program is facing the same budget cuts as everyone else. First, and foremost, we hope you do get involved and use the equipment you trained to use. But if that is not going to happen, we are collecting the equipment to turn it back over to the state to be re-issued. Did you know that the net used to collect bugs cost the state $50.00? These things are sitting in garages and really need to be in the streams. Please do not think we are being judgmental or harsh, things change. Thank you for your support in this most important effort we are making.
The Spring WQM of Blue Springs has been set for TBA. Meet
at the Hen House at 11:00 AM for lunch or at the far parking lot off
Highway N at 12:00 Noon. The date for the Fall WQM of Blue Springs Creek
has yet to be set. Monitor this site for the date.
CURRENT RIVER WATER QUALITY MONITORING SCHEDULE – 2014
TBA 7 am - Meet for breakfast at the Red Barn and Grill Restaurant in Bourbon, MO directly off Highway 44 at exit 218. We will arrive at the Tan Vat Access around 9:30 am.
The Spring WQM of Blue Springs has been set for TBA.
We will meet for breakfast and carpooling at the Barn & Grill in Bourbon, MO at 7am or at the upper parking lot at Bohigian Conservation Area at 9am. No training is necessary to participate. The WQM will be led by Level 2 Water Quality Volunteers. We will be doing a visual survey, water chemistry survey and biological monitoring.
Due to the possibility of rapidly changing water conditions on Mill Creek, contact Bill Leslie at email@example.com if you plan on participating. We will then be able to notify you of a last minute cancellation because of high water. Contact Bill Leslie for more info
The Fall WQM on Mill Creek is set for TBA.
TBA – Tan Vat Access (all other details to be determined)
If you plan to attend any of these monitoring
activities please contact Scott Darrough at 314-560-1335 or email at: