Estes students check water quality in River Watch program

By Juley Harvey [Estes park] Trail-Gazette

“River Watch is a wonderful way to get many people interested in protecting our rivers and streams,” they said. “Anyone from the community could become involved, if they would like to make a change in the world. River Watch is extremely enjoyable for people ages 12 and up, because you get to work, hands-on, collecting your own data and know that you are working for a great cause….We learned information that will help us become both local and global stewards of our streams and planet.”

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