Working for Water

CWA serves as a model for other coastal communities to build their own monitoring networks and improve infrastructure management

Working for Water

The Cleveland Water Alliance organized the Lake Erie Volunteer Science Network, which comprises hundreds of volunteers that serve 16 different water-monitoring programs.

Aided by a network of eco-minded volunteers, a nonprofit organization is steadfastly monitoring water quality across the Lake Erie watershed and collecting data that will help local and regional agencies — and perhaps even utilities — make decisions about water-related policies and...

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