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The Current Webinar: Recreational Water Quality

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The Current Webinar: Recreational Water Quality

This webinar has been rescheduled from June 10th, 2020.

Join the North Central Region Water Network for the next edition of The Current.

Their relationship to water quality is sometimes overlooked, but aquatic invasive species can be considered β€œbiological pollution”. They can also negatively affect on-water recreation. Tune in to this month’s edition of The Current Webinar series as we focus on how aquatic invasive species affect recreational water quality. You’ll hear about aquatic invasive species, related resources, and tools available to outdoor recreationists and boaters for reporting and mitigating impacts.

Featured Speakers:

  • Eugene Braig, Program Director, Aquatic Ecosystems, The Ohio State University
  • Sarah Orlando, Clean Marinas Program Manager, Ohio Sea Grant

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