River Watch Discovery Program

River Watch Discovery Program

River Watch Discovery Program

BkC board member Dan Albano and a young helper are pictured at last year’s River Watch Kids Discovery Program. Photo by Bonnie J. Ross.

BkC board member Dan Albano and a young helper are pictured at last year’s River Watch Kids Discovery Program. Photo by Bonnie J. Ross.

Come discover how Battenkill Conservancy is helping to ensure the health of the Battenkill watershed and engage the public with programs like River Watch. On Tuesday, February 25, at 7 p.m., at the Greenwich Free Library, Kelly Nolan of Watershed Assessment Associates (WAA) will share his experiences on what entails a successful River Watch Program, what role the community plays in that success, and how educators and community groups can take an active role in helping ensure the health of our watershed. The program is open to anyone with an interest in river and watershed issues. The Greenwich Free Library is located on 148 Main Street, Greenwich, N.Y.  For more information, visit battenkillconservancy.org.

 

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