Water Sentinel Training November 28th 6:30-8:00pm

You have probably wondered at some point what’s in my water, my stream, or my lake?

Is it safe, is it healthy? What can I do to make a difference?

Sierra Club Water Sentinels work to restore, improve and protect Ohio’s waterways.Water Sentinels receive the training, equipment, and support to become citizen scientist. Like detectives, Water Sentinels track down sources of pollution. RSVP to attend a Cincinnati Water Sentinel training November 27th from 6:30-8:00.  

Clean Water is a fundamental issue, it is necessary for all life. Water is fluid, it can be beautiful, fun, but also a reflection of the world around it. All too often, Cincinnati’s waterways reflect pollution from industrialization, combined sewer overflows, and stormwater runoff.

Join us Tuesday the 27th from 6:30-8:00 p.m. for a Water Sentinel training. We will learn more about citizen science and the water sentinel equipment. Each participant will have the option to lease a Water Sentinel kit for FREE ($100 value, includes ex-tech conductivity meter, phosphorous test strips, nitrate/nitrite test strips, PH test strips, and water bottle). This will be the first of 3 trainings that will help you become a Water Sentinel and make a difference in your area.

Hope to see you then,


Matt Trokan
Conservation Manager