Stream Bug Monitoring Training

City of Olympia
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Date of Release: June 13, 2018
Contact:

Michelle Stevie
Habitat Biologist
360.753.8336
mstevie@ci.olympia.wa.us


Stream Bug Monitoring Training

Aquatic insects or “stream bugs” live in the gravel at the bottom of our streams and are a major food source for juvenile salmon. This training will teach you why “stream bugs” are important indicators of stream health and cover the protocols used for monitoring our streams this summer.

When & Where?

  • Tuesday, June 19
  • 6-8 p.m.
  • McLane Nature Trail*
  • Delphi Road

To register, visit www.streamteam.info and click on “register”. For more information, contact Michelle at mstevie@ci.olympia.wa.us    

*Please note: The McLane Creek Nature Trail is managed by the Department of Natural Resources. A Discover Pass is required for parking at this trail. For information about purchasing a pass, go to: www.discoverpass.wa.gov