Meet Zoe Nye: 4-H Ambassador and Water Watcher!

Zoe Nye is a junior at Ardmore High School in Limestone County. Through her participation with the Naturalist Studies Program at AHS, she became one of the first students certified as a 4-H AWW Water Monitor. In the three years that have followed, she has conducted regular monitoring under the supervision of her teacher, Staff Weems de Graffenried and 4-H Agent Chloe Wilson.

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4-H AWW Limestone County Workshop

On September 21st, AWW Staff – Mona Dominguez and Sydney Smith returned to Ardmore School to conduct the third annual 4-H AWW Water Chemistry training for student members of the Naturalist Studies class led by teacher Starr Weems de Graffenried and supported by 4-H Regional Extension Agent for Limestone County, Chloe Wilson.  As always, AWW had a blast with the students who were conducting the chemistry practices like experts by the end of the day. Read more and see photos from the day here!

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2018 Lifetime Achievement Award

The Alabama Water Watch Lifetime Achievement Award recognizes an individual who has demonstrated outstanding service and accomplishment related to the protection and restoration of watersheds through water monitoring. This year, we are honored to recognize Jean Ann Moon, the Director of the phenomenal Marshall County Retired and Senior Volunteer Program, AWW Volunteer Trainer, and longtime AWW Volunteer Monitor.

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