Empowering Young Water Scientists with the EarthEcho Water Challenge!

March 4, 2020

Sean Russell, Associate Director of Youth Engagement and Partnerships for EarthEcho International

Protecting and improving the health of our watersheds is critical to the future of our National Marine Sanctuaries and the sustainability of our planet. The EarthEcho Water Challenge has engaged over 1.6 million participants in 146 countries – providing young people with the tools to monitor water quality, share their data, and take action to protect their local waterways.

Through this webinar, join Sean Russell from EarthEcho International to learn how to use the EarthEcho Water Challenge platform to collect and share citizen science water quality data, access tools to analyze your results, and learn about the inspiring work of young people protecting our National Marine Sanctuaries and their local watersheds.

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