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Periodically, the Schoharie River Center submits press releases, to announce public events, awards and major news regarding the Schoharie River Center. We’ll also add links to news articles featuring the Schoharie River Center and the Environmental Study Team. Click here to view additional press releases and news articles.
Clean Water Congress Reports
The Environmental Study Team program has been teaching middle school and high school students the science of water quality monitoring since 2002. They learn the same methods that the NY State DEC uses to gauge the health of the water, using the same equipment and materials as the DEC. They collect data from sites along the Schoharie Creek, the Normanskill Creek and other locations in the area.
Over the years, the Environmental Study Team has published their scientific findings in various reports, most notably the Clean Water Congress Reports. The Clean Water Congress Reports were one part of an annual environmental competition of regional schools held by the Hudson Basin River Watch.
Click here to learn more about the Clean Water Congress and to access the Clean Water Congress Reports that the Environmental Study Team has published from 2002 to 2008 as well as other reports published since then.
Typically we publish an events calendar two or three times a year. The calendar includes EST meetings as well as Schoharie River Center events. Click here to view the Event Calendar.
The Schoharie River Center’s Environmental Study Team has been awarded $10,000 by the NY State DEC through the Mohawk River Basin Program’s Action Agenda. The funds will be used to improve water quality in the Mohawk River Watershed by expanding water quality monitoring by local community based volunteers and restoring riparian buffers to slow bank erosion and the liberation of suspended sediment. Read the DEC press release
The River Current
We publish a periodic newsletter called The River Current”, delivered via e-mail. This is a great way to stay up-to-date with what’s happening at the Schoharie River Center and the Environmental Study Team program. To sign up for our newsletter, click here…