Highlights for the Week Ending March 14 2021

Weekly Water Quality Monitoring

Here are this week’s results, performed Thursday, March 11 2021. Published each Friday through our Facebook Page.

Citizen Science Certification Workshops

On Wednesday, March 10 2021, Estuario completed the second of its latest round of Citizen Science Certification Workshops: Introduction to Water Quality Monitoring, provided by Water Quality & Citizen Science Coordinator Harold Manrique. The workshop had an attendance of 103 citizen scientists. 

The next workshop: Introduction to Microplastics and other Aquatic Debris, will be on Wednesday, March 17 2021. It will be provided by Stakeholders & Aquatic Debris Projects Coordinator Cristina Ramirez, through Zoom. 

Registration link HERE.

Try Estuario’s New Photo Filters

Resident Artist Adriana García and Estuario have released 7 filters as part of the project From Reality to Augmented Reality, which saw García imparting a series of workshops in the community of Machuchal, with the support of Community Workshop La Goyco. The filters have been used over 1.4K times since published, spreading the message of proper solid waste management, used oil recycling, and environmental conscience within the estuary watershed and the Calle Loíza Community.

See the filters in our Instagram. Find them HERE.

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The San Juan Bay Estuary Watershed’s water quality management and restoration actions are possible thanks to our public. Donations to the San Juan Bay Estuary Program are deductible in Federal and Local tax returns. 

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