IOWATER is a statewide volunteer water quality monitoring program. All workshops are open to any individual or group that is interested in water quality. Upon completion of the workshop, you will be a certified Level 1 IOWATER Citizen Monitor. The workshop is based on ten hours training, set up comfortably over two days, exact times varying depending on location. Workshop registration fee is $25, which covers all program fees, meals, and testing equipment. To register for any of the IOWATER workshops listed below, or for more specific registration information, please contact the individuals listed for the workshop you are interested in.
|Nov. 15||Southwest Community College||Sara Struckman||(515) 282-0484|
|April 16, 5-9 pm and April 17, 8 am- 2 pm||Johnston
||Steven Witmer||(515) 727-7765|
|April 30- May1 *||Ames||Jerry Keys||(515)232-2516|
|June 4, 5-9 pm
June 5, 9am-2pm
|Northwood at Keunnen's Quarry||Jeremy Johannsen||(641) 584-2211|
|July 9-10||Burlington||Kim Perlstein||(319)753-5808|
|July 30-31||Oxford||Brad Freidhof||(319) 645-2315|
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* This workshop will be followed by the 4-hour Benthic Macroinvertebrate Indexing workshop (May 1 2-6 pm), contact for details