HOW: Adopt a Secchi disk and learn how to use it.
WHEN: Training opportunities will be held in June and July. Then, dip your Secchi disk in Flathead Lake on a sunny day during July 15-20. Then, report your site location and value.
WHY: To keep a watchful eye on Flathead Lake’s beautiful, clear water as a community and participate in great science locally and nationally!
Water clarity $40 donation – Receive a custom-made Secchi disk, training to use it, and a report on the Flathead Lake Dip-in.
Water clarity, additional water testing $100 donation – After you dip-in, take a water sample. Collect additional water quality information about Flathead Lake and learn more about your Flathead Lake site. Learn more about additional water testing.
Sponsorship – Choose your own donation amount – Support our Citizen Science Initiative and Flathead Lake water quality monitoring.
*If you own your own Secchi disk, contact Hilary Devlin to participate in the Flathead Lake Dip-in!
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