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Become a Steward of Your Local Stream

BWA's first and longest running program is the highly successful Volunteer Streamwatch. This program enlists the help of nearly 90 volunteers who monitor and act as stewards of the streams near their homes. Volunteers collect water quality data from one or more sites once a month. The data is entered into a database used to provide a graphic, long-term snapshot of the health of the streams.

The largest benefit of the program, however, is the continued stewardship that volunteers provide by observing the day- to-day changes in their stream. Almost 100 sites are monitored throughout the watershed.

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Become a Streamwatcher.

What's it like to be a Streamwatcher? Click here for a summary of what these vital volunteers do.

Can you commit 1-2 hours on a monthly basis to monitor one or more streams near your home? Read more at our Streamwatch Volunteer page.

 

LEARN MORE ABOUT MONROE COUNTY STREAMS

Read the 2017 Monroe County Water Quality Study report.

View the 2017 Site Map; and the 2017 Site Chart

 

2016 MONROE COUNTY WATER QUALITY STUDY

 

 

Streamwatch Sites:

on the Brodhead Creek   (map - upper)  (map - lower)
in the McMichael Creek watershed   (map)
in the Paradise Creek watershed   (map)
in the Pocono Creek watershed   (map)
in the Marshalls Creek watershed  (map)
in the Cherry Creek watershed   (map)

 

Summer fecal coliform monitoring

is an important part of the Streamwatch program. Read more about it here.

 

2015 testing results

 

Monroe County Water Quality Study 2015 results are in!

To see the locations tested, click here.

To see the chemical data logged at those locations, click here.

For a downloadable Excel report on the IBI (Index of Biotic Integrity) of Macroinvertebrates, click here.

 

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