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Ann Arbor
25 Oct 2020

Find out what kinds of bugs are in the Huron River.  At ID day we separate bugs into groups that look-alike and then an expert will help you identify them. Once bugs are identified you can record the data and compare the results to last years and others.  This identification process takes about two hours.  (Each child must be accompanied by an adult.)

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Ann Arbor
10 Oct 2020

Join a small team of your friends, family, and other interesting volunteers. Collect samples of bugs and other creatures that live in our streams. These insects tell us how healthy the river system is, where the healthier areas are, and where we need to focus our restoration efforts. Volunteers meet in Ann Arbor* and then trained volunteer leaders take you to two stream sites. At these sites, you help search through stones, leaves, and sediment to find the insects in their homes.  Only trained volunteers go in the water.  Dress to be in the field for a couple hours.  You must register early to be assigned to a team.

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Ann Arbor
20 Sep 2020

Want to take your volunteering with Huron River Watershed Council to the next level? Become a sample collector for our next River Roundup, if you’re already a collector take it to the next level sign up for Leadership Training. Our trained volunteer leaders and collectors are what make our River Roundups great!  If you have already experienced a River Roundup, you should consider training to be a team Leader/Collector.

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Ann Arbor
27 Jun 2020

Enjoy being outdoors while measuring the quality of local rivers and creeks! Learn how to collect water samples, measure stream flow, and record water chemistry measurements. No prior experience needed. Volunteers are expected to commit to at least 8 sampling trips during the growing season (April through September). During each sampling trip, volunteers spend two hours in the field on average.

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Ann Arbor
03 May 2020

Find out what kinds of bugs are in the Huron River.  At ID day we separate bugs into groups that look-alike and then an expert will help you identify them. Once bugs are identified you can record the data and compare the results to last years and others.  This identification process takes about two hours.  (Each child must be accompanied by an adult.)

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Ann Arbor
18 Apr 2020

Join a small team of your friends, family, and other interesting volunteers. Collect samples of bugs and other creatures that live in our streams. These insects tell us how healthy the river system is, where the healthier areas are, and where we need to focus our restoration efforts. Volunteers meet in Ann Arbor* and then trained volunteer leaders take you to two stream sites. At these sites, you help search through stones, leaves, and sediment to find the insects in their homes.  Only trained volunteers go in the water.  Dress to be in the field for a couple hours.  You must register early to be assigned to a team.

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Ann Arbor
21 Mar 2020

Enjoy being outdoors while measuring the quality of local rivers and creeks! Learn how to collect water samples, measure stream flow, and record water chemistry measurements. No prior experience needed. Volunteers are expected to commit to at least 8 sampling trips during the growing season (April through September). During each sampling trip, volunteers spend two hours in the field on average.

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Agou
10 Apr 2018

Our first under 16 tournament  for boys, hosted in August 2015, was successful and will again be hosted in August of 2018. Similar format as to the one hosted in 2015 over a three-day period; 16 teams. This year's tournament is all about exposing young girls talent, leadership skills, how to be a role model and to adhere to discipline, determination and dedication. Come and join us in preparing for the tournament, training sessions, fundraising and much more!

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Agou
20 Jun 2018

Come and join us for a festival on our agriculture and skills training center in Togo, located just over an hour’s drive from Lomé. Some of the activities you will undertake include: crop growing, animal care, teaching, shopping, food, fun and games. Get involved in educating local communities and promoting sustainable organic farming. Every year we welcome volunteers, students and working professionals looking for short term and long term volunteering abroad visits.

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Githurai45
31 Jul 2017

we need the volunteers who can be able and support the event of graduation of children.

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