From Water to Web Workshop Series

Written by Emma Wattie, Atlantic Water Network

August 28, 2019

Do you want more information?   Even though this round of CIRA funded workshops has finished, AWN has received funding through the  New Brunswick Environmental Trust Fund   to continue the series in New Brunswick in Fall 2019/Winter 2020. Stay tuned for more information on when these workshops will take place! 

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This blog post was originally published on the  Atlantic Water Network website.

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About the Author

Emma Wattie is the Program Manager at the Atlantic Water Network. She has been working with Community-Based Monitoring Organizations for the last four years as part of the Community-Based Environmental Monitoring Network. She’s a proud Maritimer and loves any excuse to get outside. In her spare time she’s an avid reader, knitter and baker.

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