TTF Streamkeepers are volunteers who monitor a creek near them each month to collect data about changes in water quality, erosion, and creekside vegetation. This citizen science effort is funded by the William Penn Foundation‘s Delaware River Watershed Initiative, which supports organizations implementing stream restoration and green infrastructure projects, and informs municipal stormwater permits and public investments, using monitoring data gathered through aligned, science-based efforts. The Academy of Natural Sciences and Stroud Water Research Center lead this watershed effort and guide us as we train and mobilize citizen scientists. Part of an initiative across the Delaware!
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