Join this training session to become a citizen scientist and learn how to monitor water pollution in your local tributary!
This is a chance to have a positive impact on your local river. By pinpointing sources of pollution in the Dee catchment, we can work with landowners, businesses and industry to tailor solutions to individual causes and, site by site, eliminate pollutants entering the Dee.
The training will take place on 31st January, 2pm at Caldy Valley Nature Park, Chester. We will be meeting at the carpark for Caldy Valley Nature park. You can find this off Caldy Valley Road- what3words: lots.drain.pots
The training will take place outside and take roughly 1.5 hours. There will be a small amount of walking required (<500m) on flat paths. Please wear clothing and footwear appropriate for the weather. All equipment needed will be provided.