During their service, WSP Corpsmembers participate in a wide array of activities, including:
  • Regular watershed recovery and protection work which may include:
    • Field surveys of spawning grounds, habitat, or wildlife
    • Riparian restoration including planting and native species removal
    • Data entry and analysis
    • Trapping of juvenile or adult fish for counting and measurement
    • Computer modeling of natural resource data
    • Designing in-stream projects
    • Helping to remove fish passage barriers (dams, culverts)
    • And much, much more!
  • Teaching the Wonders of Watersheds (WOW!) curriculum in K-8 classrooms in underserved communities
  • Engaging their service community i

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