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Get Involved with LPP

If you are an individual who cares about water quality in your community and are interested in getting involved in stream sampling, check our list of LPP partners to see if there is a LPP partner organization in your area where you can volunteer.

Volunteer responsibilities include attending a training on sampling protocols, collecting water samples and recording flow observations via an online submission form for each of the eight biweekly sampling events from late April to early August, and properly storing, preserving, and potentially transporting samples.

If you are part of a watershed group and there are rivers or streams in need of monitoring that are of particular concern to your community, you are encouraged to apply for this partnership.

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If you do become a LaRosa partner organization, responsibilities include nominating sites for water quality monitoring; training and overseeing volunteers in collecting water samples; organizing and storing water samples for pick-up; tracking sample analysis results and flow observation submissions in coordination with the LPP coordinator; and disseminating the results to the public. For more information about our program and some answers to frequently asked questions, please refer to the LPP FAQ Document.

Please fill out the form below to contact LPP staff with any questions or comments regarding the program.

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