Looking Out for Iowa: Localized Water Efforts
Taking personal responsibility for water quality in your area is just one of the ways we can ensure our state's natural areas are preserved for generations to come. Photo by Don Poggensee
Keep tabs on the water quality in your part of the state by becoming a certified citizen water monitor or by getting involved with local groups that are working to improve the watershed in your area.
Volunteer water quality monitoring, IOWATER
Take on a proactive role in Iowa's water quality by becoming a citizen water monitor. Volunteers can sign up for workshops that provide training and equipment to keep tabs on Iowa's waters.
Surf your watershed, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Discover citizen-based watershed groups in your area, and find out how to get involved.