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EnviroDIY Monitoring Comes to Delmarva!

Envirodiy CUAHSI Workshop
  • Date and time: October 5, 2021, 12-12:45 p.m. EST
  • Location: Online via Zoom videoconferencing
  • Audience: Interested individuals on the Delmarva Peninsula; others are welcome.
  • Cost: Free. Registration is required to receive connection information.

Join Scott Ensign, Ph.D., from Stroud Water Research Center for a 45-minute overview of how scientists and environmental caretakers are adopting do-it-yourself approaches to environmental monitoring. Learn how you can construct your own water, air, and soil monitoring and measurement systems of electronic sensors at reduced cost. Broadcast your data to a water monitoring dashboard to visualize and share your data. Become a part of the EnviroDIY revolution and collect data that makes a difference!

The vision of the EnviroDIY initiative at the Stroud Center is healthier freshwater systems made possible by trained people collecting and using data to make informed decisions as environmental stakeholders. To accomplish this, the Stroud Center empowers a knowledgeable public network with innovative digital and electronic tools and training that enable people to collect impactful water data.