Mar 01

Local Water Quality Data

Posted on March 1, 2018 at 12:25 PM by Allan Warren

Featuring Creek Sites from the Nisqually Watershed
“The Nisqually Watershed drains land from the Nisqually River and includes the communities of Ashford, Elbe, Mineral, Eatonville, McKenna, Roy, Yelm, Fort Lewis, and portions of Graham, Lacey, DuPont, and Rainier.”
(Quote from the Nisqually River Council website)

Mashel River Stream Monitor: Charlie Butler
Ohop Creek Stream Monitors: Brad and Julia Nickel
WQ Data
Mar 01

Water Quality Reports & Spring Monitoring Schedules

Posted on March 1, 2018 at 12:18 PM by Allan Warren

Stream MonitoringStream Team has recently created water quality reports of our currently monitored stream sites. They are organized by jurisdiction (city or county) in which the sites are located. We are pleased to offer these reports to the public to communicate our water quality data.

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Mar 01

Lake Monitoring Season 2018

Posted on March 1, 2018 at 11:45 AM by Allan Warren

Volunteer monitorsThe arrival of spring always means lake monitoring season can’t be far behind! Pierce Conservation District partners with Cities of Lakewood, Bonney Lake, and Milton to manage their volunteer lake monitoring programs.

This year, lake monitoring season for Bonney Lake and Milton will begin Sunday, May 6th; while the monitoring season for Lakewood will begin on Sunday, April 8th. A lake monitor refresher training Lake Monitoring Season 2018 will be scheduled in March for lake volunteers in Lakewood, and a refresher training for Bonney Lake and Milton lake volunteers will be scheduled in April.

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