Michigan Program Teaches Residents How to Monitor Lake Water Quality

 Oakland County residents are being offered free training and equipment needed to monitor lake water quality.

The Oakland Press of Pontiac reports that they’ll learn how to take weekly water samples through the Cooperative Lakes Monitoring Program.

Volunteers also will be taught how to conduct surveys of aquatic invasive species.  Click on the following sentence to access the full story.

The program is a partnership of the Oakland County Board of Commissioners, the county’s health division and the Michigan Clean Water Corps.


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