This week on Water Reporter
Harmful algae blooms continue to blanket waterways in Florida and algae is popping up in many other places across the country this week, but let’s take a detour from those posts this week. Instead, here are some higher life forms captured on Water Reporter:
Saw Mill Run Watershed Association
The local community gathered to learn about their watershed and ways to support SMRWA in protecting it!
Blue River Watershed Association
Welcome to one of our newest organizations! We’re excited to start seeing you put Water Reporter to use for your goals to improve the Blue River watershed!
James River Association
Water Rats have taken to the air to document the presence of submerged aquatic vegetation.
Friends of Casco Bay
Friends of Casco Bay keep their eyes open for the good and bad in their watershed. And sometimes they’re efforts pay off with porpoise sightings!
Spa Creek Conservancy
At the time of this writing, a few others in our community already weighed in on their opinions on what’s covering this oyster cage. Anyone else have opinions? Is this a sign of a species moving south? A result of the salinity of the water — this community definitely has the knowledge in house to help solve the mystery.
Unexpected company during project site clean up can make anyone’s day. I could watch this tree frog watching Stream Link continue their planting work all day.
See you on the water!