Aquatic Ecology Envirothon Program
The Mississippi Wildlife Federation’s Adopt-A-Stream program would like to offer workshops for Envirothon students to help increase knowledge regarding the following Envirothon Aquatic Ecology key points:
- Methods of conserving water and reducing point and non-point source pollution.
- Identify common aquatic organisms through the use of a key.
- Learn to delineate the watershed boundary for a small water body.
- Learn to describe the changes to the aquatic ecosystem based on alteration to the aquatic habitat.
- Learn methods used to assess and manage aquatic environments. Use water quality to assess the general water quality of a specific body of water. Learn chemical testing of water to determine water quality.
The workshops are generally 2 hours of classroom time. If the group is interested and a stream or other body of water is available within a reasonable distance of the classroom the workshop can also be expanded approximately another 2 hours to include field study.
If you are interested in a workshop you may contact the Mississippi Wildlife Federation or by contacting Debra Veeder, Adopt-A-Stream Coordinator at (601) 605-1790 or email@example.com
This program made possible by a grant from the National Wildlife Federation.