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Ready for the 2014 monitoring season??

We're getting there
(click here for info on new volunteer training)

 

If you think you might like to become a URI Watershed Watch Volunteer Monitor, please click on the link below for a pdf of the form and mail it to us.

URI Volunteer Profile form

Directions to the Classroom Training Session

OR...
Copy the form below into an email and send to: emh@uri.edu

URI Watershed Watch New Volunteer Profile Form

Today’s Date:
Your Name:
Address:
City/State: Zipcode:
Home phone:
Work phone:
e-mail address:

Which lake, river, watershed, boating, environmental organizations are you a member of?

Our volunteers have a wide range of work experiences and interests, from auto mechanic to home maker to zoologist. Please briefly tell us about yours!

 

If you are a student, which school and grade level will you entering this fall?

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