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Team Watershed
Team Watershed
volunteers are citizens from the community who are supporting the educational programs that are part of the Our Watersheds Our Homes project.

 

The 2005 program includes hands-on activities on a variety of topics, presented in classrooms and schoolyards, by trained SMSU-WP Elementary Education students.

At right, volunteer Melanie Carden-Jessen presents material to a class at Dora as part of the 2004 program.


For more information on Team Watershed and signing up for presentations,
e-mail Wanda Byrd, our Education Specialist. Presentations are limited to schools in our service area.





 

Stream Days field trips feature Team Watershed volunteers facilitating small group activities with field professionals. At left, volunteer Pat Hight (standing) teaches about stream invertebrates.

Hands-on activities include water quality monitoring, stream invertebrates study, stream table demonstration, a streamside scavenger hunt, and more.


SMSU-WP elementary education students mentor eighth graders in educational water sessions during Waterfest.




Macroinvertebrate Mayhem!
2004 Program






Sum of the Parts
2004 Program

  Team Watershed Citizen Volunteers
Volunteer Record Form
Volunteers
: Please download this form and keep track of your activities for us.
Barb Cody
Missouri Master Naturalist volunteer Barb Cody submitted photos for the Eleven Point kayak photo tour

Missouri Master Naturalist volunteer Pat Hight assists at Stream Days
Sheila Foard
MMN volunteer Sheila Foard wrote an article about her experiences at Stream Days: From a Master Naturalist's Notebook

MMN volunteer James Ware contributed photos for Master Naturalists Nature Journals
 
 

The development of content for Team Watershed is funded through the Missouri Department of Natural Resources. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region VII, through the Missouri Department of Natural Resources, has provided partial funding for this project under Section 319 of the Clean Water Act.

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