SHEBOYGAN RIVER BASIN PARTNERSHIP: Sheboygan County Testing the Waters Program

Purpose

The Sheboygan River Basin Partnership will work with students from 13 area high schools to reestablish the Sheboygan County Testing the Waters School Program (SCTTW). Students will collect and analyze water quality data within the Sheboygan River watershed. Activities will include teacher training and student training at Camp Y-Koda, conducting of 9 water quality tests by the schools and conversion of the data into a \201CQ-value\201D, and analysis of the data and presentation of the results by students to experts at an end of project symposium. The Sheboygan River Basin Partnership will disseminate the SCTTW program through press releases to area papers, newsletters, facebook, websites and flyers. Project deliverables will include a final report that documents the program results (the above outreach materials can be used to help describe the program results), identifies the water quality equipment purchased and summarizes the water quality data collected.

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RP-243-13
2012
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Rivers Planning Grant
The Sheboygan River Basin Partnership will work with students from 13 area high schools to reestablish the Sheboygan County Testing the Waters School Program (SCTTW). Students will collect and analyze water quality data within the Sheboygan River watershed. Activities will include teacher training and student training at Camp Y-Koda, conducting of 9 water quality tests by the schools and conversion of the data into a "Q-value", and analysis of the data and presentation of the results by students to experts at an end of project symposium. The Sheboygan River Basin Partnership will disseminate the SCTTW program through press releases to area papers, newsletters, facebook, websites and flyers. Project deliverables will include a final report that documents the program results (the above outreach materials can be used to help describe the program results), identifies the water quality equipment purchased and summarizes the water quality data collected.
Information and Education
The Sheboygan River Basin Partnership will work with students from 13 area high schools to reestablish the Sheboygan County Testing the Waters School Program (SCTTW). Students will collect and analyze water quality data within the Sheboygan River watershed. Activities will include teacher training and student training at Camp Y-Koda, conducting of 9 water quality tests by the schools and conversion of the data into a "Q-value", and analysis of the data and presentation of the results by students to experts at an end of project symposium. The Sheboygan River Basin Partnership will disseminate the SCTTW program through press releases to area papers, newsletters, facebook, websites and flyers. Project deliverables will include a final report that documents the program results (the above outreach materials can be used to help describe the program results), identifies the water quality equipment purchased and summarizes the water quality data collected.
Grant Awarded
The Sheboygan River Basin Partnership will work with students from 13 area high schools to reestablish the Sheboygan County Testing the Waters School Program (SCTTW). Students will collect and analyze water quality data within the Sheboygan River watershed. Activities will include teacher training and student training at Camp Y-Koda, conducting of 9 water quality tests by the schools and conversion of the data into a "Q-value", and analysis of the data and presentation of the results by students to experts at an end of project symposium. The Sheboygan River Basin Partnership will disseminate the SCTTW program through press releases to area papers, newsletters, facebook, websites and flyers. Project deliverables will include a final report that documents the program results (the above outreach materials can be used to help describe the program results), identifies the water quality equipment purchased and summarizes the water quality data collected.
Project Deliverable
The Sheboygan River Basin Partnership will work with students from 13 area high schools to reestablish the Sheboygan County Testing the Waters School Program (SCTTW). Students will collect and analyze water quality data within the Sheboygan River watershed. Activities will include teacher training and student training at Camp Y-Koda, conducting of 9 water quality tests by the schools and conversion of the data into a "Q-value", and analysis of the data and presentation of the results by students to experts at an end of project symposium. The Sheboygan River Basin Partnership will disseminate the SCTTW program through press releases to area papers, newsletters, facebook, websites and flyers. Project deliverables will include a final report that documents the program results (the above outreach materials can be used to help describe the program results), identifies the water quality equipment purchased and summarizes the water quality data collected.
Develop/Distribute Brochures/Literature
The Sheboygan River Basin Partnership will work with students from 13 area high schools to reestablish the Sheboygan County Testing the Waters School Program (SCTTW). Students will collect and analyze water quality data within the Sheboygan River watershed. Activities will include teacher training and student training at Camp Y-Koda, conducting of 9 water quality tests by the schools and conversion of the data into a "Q-value", and analysis of the data and presentation of the results by students to experts at an end of project symposium. The Sheboygan River Basin Partnership will disseminate the SCTTW program through press releases to area papers, newsletters, facebook, websites and flyers. Project deliverables will include a final report that documents the program results (the above outreach materials can be used to help describe the program results), identifies the water quality equipment purchased and summarizes the water quality data collected.
Issue News/Media Release
The Sheboygan River Basin Partnership will work with students from 13 area high schools to reestablish the Sheboygan County Testing the Waters School Program (SCTTW). Students will collect and analyze water quality data within the Sheboygan River watershed. Activities will include teacher training and student training at Camp Y-Koda, conducting of 9 water quality tests by the schools and conversion of the data into a "Q-value", and analysis of the data and presentation of the results by students to experts at an end of project symposium. The Sheboygan River Basin Partnership will disseminate the SCTTW program through press releases to area papers, newsletters, facebook, websites and flyers. Project deliverables will include a final report that documents the program results (the above outreach materials can be used to help describe the program results), identifies the water quality equipment purchased and summarizes the water quality data collected.
Informational Meetings
The Sheboygan River Basin Partnership will work with students from 13 area high schools to reestablish the Sheboygan County Testing the Waters School Program (SCTTW). Students will collect and analyze water quality data within the Sheboygan River watershed. Activities will include teacher training and student training at Camp Y-Koda, conducting of 9 water quality tests by the schools and conversion of the data into a "Q-value", and analysis of the data and presentation of the results by students to experts at an end of project symposium. The Sheboygan River Basin Partnership will disseminate the SCTTW program through press releases to area papers, newsletters, facebook, websites and flyers. Project deliverables will include a final report that documents the program results (the above outreach materials can be used to help describe the program results), identifies the water quality equipment purchased and summarizes the water quality data collected.
Train Volunteers
The Sheboygan River Basin Partnership will work with students from 13 area high schools to reestablish the Sheboygan County Testing the Waters School Program (SCTTW). Students will collect and analyze water quality data within the Sheboygan River watershed. Activities will include teacher training and student training at Camp Y-Koda, conducting of 9 water quality tests by the schools and conversion of the data into a "Q-value", and analysis of the data and presentation of the results by students to experts at an end of project symposium. The Sheboygan River Basin Partnership will disseminate the SCTTW program through press releases to area papers, newsletters, facebook, websites and flyers. Project deliverables will include a final report that documents the program results (the above outreach materials can be used to help describe the program results), identifies the water quality equipment purchased and summarizes the water quality data collected.
Monitor Water Quality or Sediment
The Sheboygan River Basin Partnership will work with students from 13 area high schools to reestablish the Sheboygan County Testing the Waters School Program (SCTTW). Students will collect and analyze water quality data within the Sheboygan River watershed. Activities will include teacher training and student training at Camp Y-Koda, conducting of 9 water quality tests by the schools and conversion of the data into a "Q-value", and analysis of the data and presentation of the results by students to experts at an end of project symposium. The Sheboygan River Basin Partnership will disseminate the SCTTW program through press releases to area papers, newsletters, facebook, websites and flyers. Project deliverables will include a final report that documents the program results (the above outreach materials can be used to help describe the program results), identifies the water quality equipment purchased and summarizes the water quality data collected.
ATTAINS Water Identified for Protection
The Sheboygan River Basin Partnership will work with students from 13 area high schools to reestablish the Sheboygan County Testing the Waters School Program (SCTTW). Students will collect and analyze water quality data within the Sheboygan River watershed. Activities will include teacher training and student training at Camp Y-Koda, conducting of 9 water quality tests by the schools and conversion of the data into a "Q-value", and analysis of the data and presentation of the results by students to experts at an end of project symposium. The Sheboygan River Basin Partnership will disseminate the SCTTW program through press releases to area papers, newsletters, facebook, websites and flyers. Project deliverables will include a final report that documents the program results (the above outreach materials can be used to help describe the program results), identifies the water quality equipment purchased and summarizes the water quality data collected.
 
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