Volunteer Stream Monitoring Program
|Presented By||Michigan Clean Water Corps|
|Goal||Monitor health of Michigan's streams and rivers|
|Task||Monitor invertebrates, habitat, flow, and road-stream crossings|
|Where||Michigan, United States of America|
MiCorps’ Volunteer Stream Monitoring Program (VSMP) provides technical assistance, training, and grants to volunteer stream monitors in Michigan to ensure that they are collecting reliable, high-quality data. MiCorps works with local organizations to support stream monitoring statewide. Monitoring programs include aquatic macroinvertebrates, habitat, stream flow, and road-stream crossing inventories.
|How to Join|
|Project Timing||Monitoring is seasonal, in spring, summer, and fall.|
|Ideal Age Group||Adults, Families, Seniors|
|Ideal Frequency||Just once|
|Average Time||Several hours|
|Tags||benthic, bugs, hydrology, insects, macroinvertebrates, rivers, streamflow, streams, watershed|
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