The Saw Kill monitoring program is powered by students and citizen scientists who collect samples at 14 sites in the Saw Kill watershed once a month on the second Friday. Samples from the monitoring program are processed and analyzed at the Bard Water Lab, and used as a gauge to determine the quality of the Saw Kill as both a habitat for wildlife and a drinking water resource. You can become involved in this project by helping to collect water samples or by processing the data at the Bard Water Lab. Contact Lab Manager Lindsey Drew at firstname.lastname@example.org to volunteer.
Get involved at the Bard Water Lab.