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  • Randy Metzger posted an update 3 weeks ago

    @shicks Shannon, I am new to the site. I am working on a monitoring project with a local non-profit studying acid mine drainage in the Schuylkill River and tribs. As I do not have any programming experience, I was wondering if there is a kit that is all inclusive with probes to purchase somewhere? Even if I need to program it I could work on that. Also is there any workshops for teachers coming up through Stroud that pertain to the dataloggers? I am in Schuylkill County (Pottsville/Hamburg) area and it isn’t that far away from your base of operations! Thanks

    • We don’t provide kits or sensors since there are an unlimited number of sensors (in a variety of configurations) that people could use with a Mayfly logger. We only offer the Mayfly board, or the starter kit, and a handful of accessories that work specifically with the Mayfly. Everything else is sources from various stores and online vendors. We occasionally have workshops to teach certain EnviroDIY methods, but don’t have anything coming up. There is sufficient information in the EnviroDIY Sensor Station Manual that explains how to build your own station, where to get the parts, and how to install it.