The second Creek Health Monitoring Project (CHMP) event for 2016 is scheduled for Sunday 27 November.
Find out more from the brochure here.
If you’ve been previously involved or even if you have never participated and would like to take part, we’d love to make contact!
Since early 2011, MCCG has run this project to monitor and assess the health of Moggill Creek and its tributaries in relation to riparian conditions, the physical and chemical properties of the creek water and the biological data on abundance and diversity of local fish and macro-invertebrate fauna.
We have six teams, each of which monitors two sites from the upper reaches of Moggill Creek to its junction with the Brisbane River.
We are keen to get undergraduate and graduate students involved. You will have the opportunity to learn new, practical skills in assessing waterway health including macro-invertebrate and fish identification, habitat assessment and water quality testing.
To find out more or to sign up to help, contact Adrian Webb on 3774 1407 or 0412 672 283, or email him at [email protected]