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Stream School

 

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Stream School is a two-day classroom and field workshop in which participants are introduced to basic stream ecology and biological monitoring and assessment techniques for streams and rivers. Attendees learn how to collect and identify the organisms (e.g., bugs) living in the water that are key indicators of stream health. Stream School is usually held twice a year generally in the Spring and Fall. The location of Spring School changes each session and the next stream school may be near you. The Spring 2017 session was postponed due to inclement weather and will he held June 16th and 17th at Camden County College. Check back for dates & details about upcoming Stream School sessions.



   
For more information, please contact Kimberly Cenno, Bureau Chief,
Bureau of Environmental Analysis, Restoration and Standards at (609) 633-1441.

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