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Monday, August 3, 2015

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This is the opportunity code for student volunteer note takers through GW's Office of Disability Support Service to log their community service hours aka (S.H..I.L.O.P)

Oct
16

ID Day

Volunteer Service

10/16/2016

Jason F

Ann Arbor, MI

Discover what kinds of bugs you found at the River Roundup! Separate them into look-alike groups and then an expert will identify them with you. You will record the data and compare the results to last year. It takes about two hours. (Each child must be accompanied by an adult.)

Oct
08

River Roundup

Volunteer Service

10/8/2016

Jason F

Ann Arbor, MI

Join a small team with your friends and family for a unique activity in the River Roundup. Collect a sample of the bugs and other creatures (benthic macroinvertebrates) that live in our streams . Like canaries in a coal mine, these creatures tell us how healthy the river is. In healthy places, the amount of life in our fresh water is amazing! Volunteer first meet in Ann Arbor, and then trained volunteers take you to two stream sites, where you help them search through stones, leaves, and sediment. Only trained volunteers go in the water. Dr More »

Sep
25

Leader/Collector Training

Volunteer Service

9/25/2016

Jason F

Ann Arbor, MI

Our trained volunteer leaders and collectors are what make our River Roundups great! If you have experienced a River Roundup, you should train to be a team Leader or Collector. The training consists of three parts: Leader Training- Spend one hour learning about the data sheets and some important information about the river system. This will enable you to be very helpful as a Team Leader during the River Roundup. [Qualifications: You only need to have experienced either a Roundup or a Stonefly Search before doing this.] Bug Show- A dazzling pre More »

Jun
12

Measure and Map Training

Volunteer Service

6/12/2016

Jason F

Ann Arbor, MI

We want you to join a team that will measure and map a stream site this summer! Learn to “read a river” by characterizing the bed, the banks and other indicators of stream health. You must first attend a training on the field techniques in a hands-on workshop. Then, people will form into teams to map two sites on a later date selected by you and the team. No prior knowledge is necessary. You will not get wet at the training but you will walk IN the stream and possibly over uneven terrain when you map your site. Older Children (9+) are welcome to attend but each one must be attended by one adult.


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