Gem Bingol of the Piedmont Environmental Council, explains the importance of stream monitoring to develop a better understanding of the water quality in Spout Run. The Piedmont Environmental Council has partnered with Clarke County to help clean up Spout Run, and volunteers are needed a few times a year to help monitor Spout Run's progress. A training session for volunteer stream monitors will take place at Boyce Fire Hall on February 12th.
These video journal entries are funded in part by a grant to Clarke County, Virginia and the C Spout Run Partnership from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation and the Chesapeake Bay Stewardship Fund. Find out more at spoutrun.org