Are you interested in participating in contributing to the health of Moggill Creek and learning about creek health monitoring?
Moggill Creek Catchment Group (MCCG) has been fortunate in gaining support from the Queensland Government to add a citizen science focus to the existing Creek Health Monitoring Program. This program will introduce community volunteers to the factors that affect creek health and will emphasise the extension and importance of this information to the community.
Volunteers will take part in monitoring water quality, diversity of macro-invertebrates and fish, and nearby creek conditions; These data will be used to assess creek health at sites across Moggill Creek Catchment, and to emphasise the benefits of environmental health of our waterways.
We encourage those who want to learn by doing, to contact:
Adrian Webb (email – [email protected])
Lewis Peach (email – [email protected])
For more information go to the MCCG Creek Health Monitoring Program