MONITOR WATER QUALITY THROUGH CREEKWATCHERS
Volunteer to help the Wicomico Creekwatchers effort! This group of volunteers samples water quality and clarity at select sites along the Wicomico River, its tributaries, and local ponds every two weeks from March to November every year. The samples are analyzed by biology and environmental studies students at Salisbury University under faculty supervision. The resulting data are evaluated to document long-term trends in the health of our waterways. In addition to volunteers to sample on a regular basis, we need volunteers to provide backup for samplers who have to miss their regular sampling.
For further information or to volunteer, call Susan Parker at 443-783-1190 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
PROMOTE AND COMMUNICATE CLEAN WATER NEWS
You can help WET inform people about nature and our environment!
Write – Help create WET’s quarterly newsletter by reporting, writing articles, taking photos, inding underwriters, or helping to plan issue themes.
Use Social Media to Distribute the eNews – Post to WET’s social media accounts as directed by WET staff.
Make videos – Help WET’s board and staff to plan, write, design, film, and edit short videos and PSAs on environmental topics, upload them to WET’s various websites, and distribute them to broadcasters.
Help Distribute Newsletters – Once a newsletter is printed, help distribute them to Wicomico County locations that are convenient to you – for example, schools, cooperating local businesses or restaurants and other public locations as directed by WET staff or board members.
ENGAGE OUR COMMUNITY
You can help WET teach people about environmental issues! If interested sign-up below!
Reach Out and Educate – Help with community meetings, forums, film series, and other events to inform people on environmental issues. Help select films or other presentations, and help staff organize film screenings and festivals.
Represent WET at Festivals and Fairs – Provide information about water quality and local issues at events such as the Maryland Folk Festival, Earth Day at the Zoo, RiverFest and 3rd Fridays, for example.