Its a field day for the whole family! Bring your young ones and join us for early spring at Vesper Meadow, learn how we are studying stream health, partake in water sampling, explore the little creatures that live in the creek, and get a little muddy along the way!
Water quality is the most important issue facing the western US, now and in to the future. We aim to help young ones understand how they can participate in the science and efforts to be stewards of their watershed.
This family friendly event will be led by graduate student Crystal Nichols, Vesper Meadow creek monitoring intern. Crystal will help us understand how to assess the health of the creek, and learn about ways to become good stewards of our streams. These explorations are aimed at youth 6 - 12 years old and their curious adults."
RSVP, space is limited:
Tuition: Sliding scale, but no one turned away for lack of funds: $8-15 per child. Children must be accompanied by an adult.