Volunteers needed to take part in a macro-invertebrate, fish identification and water health survey.
Citizen Science Events –
- Monday 6th June – Waterway Health Survey
- Saturday 11th June – Waterway health survey
- Sunday 19th June – Waterway health survey
We are looking at waterway health and you can help! Volunteers needed to take part in a water bug, fish identification and water health survey. The day is suitable for budding beginners through to macro-invertebrate maestros with team leaders available to guide you. By participating in this project you will be assisting in collecting valuable data on what are regarded some of the most pristine creek lines close to Brisbane. Come test the waters of citizen science. For more info or to register your attendance please email [email protected]
Brookfield (meeting point will be advised for each survey day).
Please check emails leading up to event.
Anybody with a reasonable level of fitness not afraid to get their shoes wet. Young Citizen Scientists (10+) welcome with an adult.
What to wear & bring
Remember to wear suitable outdoor clothing, enclosed shoes that you don’t mind getting wet, a hat, sunglasses and water bottle. Lunch provided.
Email: Lewis [email protected]
The Creek Health Monitoring Project is a Citizen Science project undertaken by Moggill Creek Catchment Group. Proudly supported by the Queensland Government -Queensland Citizen Science Grants and Brisbane City Council.