A watershed-wide water quality assessment is essential to protect our water. Passionate citizens and engaged students are our partners.
We completed the process of compiling and analyzing a variety of available water quality data and supporting information to:
- create a baseline assessment of watershed conditions
- evaluate existing or potential water quality impacts and causes
- develop a monitoring strategy to track and evaluate change/progress over time
The MCWC found gaps in this data, and areas for improvement. We are creating a stakeholder-wide effort to fill these data gaps, starting with a Citizen Science Water Quality Monitoring Program.
From business groups, to active community groups, to school programs, we are generating partners throughout Garfield County and getting passionate stakeholders out on their rivers and streams!
Thanks to the Environment Foundation of Aspen Skiing Company and the employees of Aspen Skiing Company for making this project possible for students from Glenwood Springs to Debeque!
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