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9/10 – Protecting the Boise River

Watershed Watch is a one-day water quality monitoring educational event that aims to raise the awareness of citizens about the health of the Boise River watershed. Each year, hundreds of volunteers, including individuals, families and groups take part in the watershed-wide effort to collect water quality data along the shores of the Boise River, ponds, reservoirs and creeks. this year’s event is on October 27 and will take place at more than 20 sites from Lucky Peak to Caldwell.  Tim Merrick of the US Geological Survey and Cindy Busche of the Boise Watershed joined me to talk about why gathering water quality data important and what other programs are underway to protect the health of the Boise River.


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