More Money, More Monitoring

The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay hosted the 2019 Virginia Citizens for Water Quality Summit on October 19th, in Ashland, VA as a Forum Plus event.

The summit’s theme was “More Money, More Monitoring” and focused on creating diverse partnerships in order to expand monitoring efforts throughout the Commonwealth. With 40 people in attendance, the Summit allowed for rich conversation and discussion about important topics, including an update on the new Virginia Bacteria Water Quality Attainment Standards and helpful tips on creating DIY equipment on a budget. Read more about our Chesapeake Monitoring Cooperative!

Thanks to our funders, the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) and our host, Randolph-Macon College!

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Liz Chudoba Director of Water Quality Programs, Virginia Office

Liz is the Alliance's Director of Water Quality Programs. She manages the Chesapeake Monitoring Cooperative partnership, and the Alliance's RiverTrends program.

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