Volunteer with our Partners
Get Involved with Water Quality!
Get Involved with Water Quality! Show your stewardship and get to know your local waters!
Get YOUTH, COLLEGE STUDENTS or the WHOLE FAMILY involved with ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP
Rockland County: https://rocklandgov.com/departments/environmental-resources/volunteer-opportunities/
Keep Rockland Beautiful: Clean-ups, etc.: http://rocklandcce.org/stormwater-consortium
NYSDEC Lake Assessment Program: NYSDEC Citizens Statewide Lake Assessment Program (CSLAP)
Volunteer: Water Quality Testing Volunteers with Riverkeeper on
various dates from May through October
Are you interested in finding and
eliminating sources of sewage pollution in your local stream? Since 2010,
Riverkeeper has worked with community scientists to test Hudson River
tributaries for the fecal-indicator bacteria Enterococcus, an indicator of
possible sewage contamination. In 2017 we'll be partnering with many
organizations and watershed groups to gather data from the Adirondacks to New
York Harbor. We are looking for people to collect samples and use the sampling
results to advocate locally for solutions. Sampling takes place once or twice
per month, rain or shine, at predetermined places and times. You must be able
to carry a small cooler full of ice down a riverbank, and attend a training
session to learn about proper collection of samples. If interested, contact
Jennifer Epstein at firstname.lastname@example.org for more
information about the opportunities in your watershed. No fee involved.
Participants must supply ice and disposable gloves. For more information, go
Sampling will take place in all of the pink-shaded watersheds mapped on our
website at the link above. Contact us for more information.
Volunteer: Eel Project Volunteers Wanted for Minisceongo Creek in
For more information please
contact Nicole Laible at
See your community websites for further events, cleanups, etc.
Last updated April 7, 2017