Spend some time at the river this summer, educating boaters about how they can help keep the Delaware River free of aquatic invasive species!
Aquatic invasive species are a growing threat in the Upper Delaware River and beyond. Trained Watershed Stewards stationed along the Upper Delaware River will be able to play a part in stopping the introduction and transport of invasive species by fishing tackle, footwear, and boat trailers through conducting visual inspections, interviewing water body users, and encouraging them to properly clean all equipment before using it on another body of water.
If you are someone who enjoys spending time outdoors, consider yourself a "people person", and find yourself with some extra time on your hands, then signing up to be a Watershed Steward may be the perfect opportunity for you!
Join us for our Watershed Stewards Training Day Friday, June 12, 2015 from 9:00am - 4:00pm at the PPL Environmental Learning Center, Hawley, PA.
To register, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator Ginny Fiero at 570-685-4871 for more information.
Lunch is generously provided by the Catskill Regional Invasive Species Partnership (CRISP).
For more information and to register please visit: