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Checking Texas Water Quality: Calling All Paddlers

Kayakers and canoeists around the state are being invited to join the Texas Stream Team, a citizen science program that has been monitoring water quality in Texas waterways for 23 years.

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Kayakers and canoeists around the state are being invited to join the Texas Stream Team, a citizen science program that has been monitoring water quality in Texas waterways for 23 years. According to the Meadows Center for Water and the Environment, which oversees the group, the citizen scientists who complete the Texas Stream Team Paddlers training will learn to be stewards of Texas water resources, supporting research and conservation efforts and and serving as an early warning system for water problems.

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