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Watershed Conference: Work on Watersheds During COVID-19

October 26, 2020: 1:00PM to 2:00PM
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In 2019-2020, the Hudson River Watershed Alliance conducted a needs assessment of local watershed partners to better understand the barriers they face, along with their strengths and accomplishments.

The 2020 virtual conference will focus on the needs of watershed groups, including trainings to meet those needs.

Lindsey Drew, Saw Kill Watershed Community and Bard Center for the Study of Land, Air, & Water
Nicole Laible, Minisceongo Creek Watershed Alliance and Rockland County Soil & Water Conservation District
Jen Rawlison and Mary Wagner, Newburgh Clean Water Project

Despite the challenges of COVID-19, work on watersheds continues. Join this free panel discussion to kick off the annual watershed conference and hear about how watershed groups have adapted their work to protect clean water in 2020. We’ll hear from members of the Saw Kill Watershed Community, Minisceongo Creek Watershed Alliance, and Newburgh Clean Water Project about monitoring water quality, cleaning up streams, protecting drinking water, engaging the community, and more.

Cost: free
Level of engagement: Video and audio will be off for participants. We encourage interactions through chat and questions through Q&A box. This session will be recorded and posted publicly to view.

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