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|Licking River Watershed Watch Inc.
The Licking River Watershed Watch works to protect, improve, and restore the waters of the
Licking River Basin by promoting water quality monitoring, public education, and citizen action.
Water Quality Monitoring
LRWW Volunteers collect water quality samples from over 130 stations throughout the 22 county watershed using field equipment, collecting samples for laboratory analysis and direct observations. Join us if you would like to become a certified sampling volunteer.
LRWW scientists and resource management agencies work to get community leaders and volunteers up to speed on the science, technology and political realities of water resource management. Join us at our next workshop, conference or seminar
LRWW Volunteers and leadership work with resource management agencies to improve watershed conditions through clean-ups, restoration projects, public involvement and advocacy. Contact us for more information
In the Spotlight:
- The Licking River Watershed Watch Annual Meeting
will be held from 9 am until 3 pm on Saturday,
February 15, 2014 postponed because of weather, at the Gateway Regional Arts Center at 101 East Main Street in downtown Mount Sterling, KY.
The facility - known locally as "The Big Old Yellow Church" - houses local and regional paintings, sculpture,
and other artwork, classrooms, and a performance hall.
For agenda details, click here.
Register by clicking here. Volunteers will need their associate ID. The basin code is LRWW. Any trouble registering, contact Jo Ann Palmer at
800-928-0045 (office) or 502-330-1748 (mobile) or email JoAnn Palmer@ky.govProblems reaching Jo Ann? Contact Pam Kutscher at
859-654-1051, or email email@example.com