Programs and resources at the Watershed Center include:
A series of field-based workshops on topics such as water quality monitoring, erosion control, invasive plant removal, native plant propagation, and watershed assessment.
The Watershed Center houses a reference library of local watershed plans, resource documents, and publications. The Center is also compiling a comprehensive inventory of East Bay watershed organizations and agencies.
The Forum is envisioned as a network for East Bay creek and watershed groups to share ideas, pool resources, and collaborate on programs. Participants include local creek groups, nonprofit organizations, and agencies. The Forum is also working to build networking opportunities throughout Alameda County.
Staff members support science-based monitoring and assessment activities with assistance in using appropriate protocols, project design, database development, and information sharing.
Watershed Center staff help connect community members.
The Watershed Center can provide use of its facility to groups needing meeting space.
For more information about the Watershed Center, contact Robin Freeman at: firstname.lastname@example.org
For interactive data on Watersheds, we invite you to visit the East Bay Waters of Connection Wiki.
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