Water Watch Training
History and Science and Regulations, OH MY! Catawba Riverkeeper will host course to educate on water issues
Well, we're providing a course that will provide the perfect opportunity for such an education.
We will hold a Water Watch training course in September and October in the Steele Creek area near Lake Wylie, Rock Hill and Charlotte. Residents of ALL COUNTIES are welcome.
The course will teach you about water-related issues in the basin from the history and science to the legal and regulatory. At the end of the course, you will know what action to take when you see something that concerns you, whether it is general pollution, a spill, a violation or any other issue plaguing the water of the Catawba River, upon which millions of Carolina residents and businesses depend.
There is NO FEE FOR THIS COURSE but we encourage all participants to join CRF!! Whether or not you are a member, sign up and participate by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are four sessions in the course, each 6:30-8:30 PM, at the Steele Creek Fire Station #38 at 12100 Shopton Road West, Charlotte, NC. This is a new, beautiful station located on Lake Wylie accessible to you if you're in Mecklenburg, Gaston, York or any other county really. The course will take place on:
- Tuesday, September 11
- Wednesday, September 19
- Wednesday, September 26
- Wednesday, October 3
Contact us (email@example.com or 704-679-9494) to sign up or if you have any questions!