Making Waves: Kelly Stettner
Making Waves is the podcast of the Society for Freshwater Science
Episode 16: Seeding Citizen Science: The Early Life of a Grassroots Watershed Organization, Kelly Stettner
This month's podcast features Kelly Stettner talking about her work with the Black River Action Team in Vermont -- Seeing Citizen Science: The Early Life of a Grassroots Watershed Organization.
Kelly Stettner is the director of the Black River Action Team (BRAT), a grassroots watershed organization in Vermont. BRAT started as a community river clean up and has continued to grow doing educational outreach and monitoring to assess groundwater impacts. Listen to the podcast to find out about a great example of how people are taking responsibility for environmental stewardship of the watershed's they love.
Running time: 17 minutes
Host: Tim Cline
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