Anyone can be a good volunteer monitor! No special background or experience is required. Our volunteers come from all walks of life – from teenagers to senior citizens. The common characteristic they have is their interest in helping protect their watershed.
Volunteers devote less than one hour per week from April to October to water testing at their assigned site, usually at or near their home. During the remainder of the year, testing is done at less frequent intervals.
For more information about becoming a volunteer, email us or call 302.645.4252.
Our program, including volunteer Lou Papp of Cape Shores, was included in a water quality story on WHYY’s news magazine “First”, which aired on May 28. To see the piece view the video below.