Open until April 30, 2015 — Any person may request that a specific body of water be included in DEQ’s annual water quality monitoring plan. Requests shall include, at a minimum (i) a geographical description of the water body recommended for monitoring; (ii) the reason the monitoring is requested, and (iii) any water quality data that the petitioner may have collected or compiled. For more information and nominations, visit http://www.deq.virginia.gov/Programs/Water/WaterQualityInformationTMDLs/WaterQualityMonitoring/CitizenMonitoring/FollowupMonitoring.aspx or contact Stuart Torbeck at Charles.firstname.lastname@example.org.
…can provide key data for the Chesapeake Bay clean up. Check out this store in the Bay Journal: http://www.bayjournal.com/article/volunteer_monitoring_can_provide_key_data_for_bay_cleanup?utm_source=Chesapeake+Bay+News&utm_campaign=19ce3ba0f7-Chesapeake_Bay_News4_23_2013&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_71ced15df1-19ce3ba0f7-61676457
There’s still time to register for the 2014 Virginia Citizens for Water Quality Summit! We’ll focus on the major sources of pollution to our local waters and hear about some great initiatives to reduce that pollution! Check out the agenda below and register here. Just $20, which covers morning refreshments and lunch. Hope to see you there!
Registration is now open for the 2014 Annual Summit! This years focus is on “why is our water dirty?” and how property owners can reduce their impact on local streams. We have a great slate of speakers lined up, and hope you can join us. Check out the agenda and then register here: https://www.elleevance.com/beventLive.aspx?EventID=NBI56367330
Agenda and presentations from this year’s VCWQ Summit available here: https://vcwq.wordpress.com/meetings/