Register Today for Stream Team Leader & Bug Collector Training!

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Take your volunteering with the Friends of the Shiawassee River to the next level!  Become a sample collector for the next Stream Team event, and if you’re already a trained collector - Kick it up a notch and sign up for Leadership Training.


The training consists of three parts:

Leader Training- The first hour we will discuss the river system, hydrology, and general HRWC information.

Bug Show- Learn about all the bugs… where they live, what they eat and how healthy the ecosystem is depending on what insects we find.

Collector Training- We will carpool to a nearby site and practice collection techniques in the stream to thoroughly search for bugs in all kinds of habitats.

[Qualifications: You only need to have experienced a Shiawassee Stream Team, Huron River Roundup or Stonefly Search before becoming a Leader/Collector. Teachers who want to learn collecting techniques for classroom use are welcome to join us with permission from Jason: email jfrenzel@hrwc.org.]


WHERE: Huron River Watershed Council, New Center, 1100 N. Main Street, Ann Arbor, MI, 48104

WHEN: Begins at Noon on Sunday, March, 20, 2016.

DEADLINE: Please register by March 17, 2016  

NEXT STEPS: Complete this form at http://www.hrwc.org/registration/2015/leader-training/

MORE INFO: Contact Jason at jfrenzel@hrwc.org 

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WHEN
March 20, 2016 at 12pm - 3pm
WHERE
Huron River Watershed Council
1100 N Main St
Suite 210
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
United States
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CONTACT
Jason Frenzel · · (734) 769-5123

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