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WVU to host a DIY Environmental Sensor Workshop for STEM educators, researchers, state government and community

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WHO: West Virginia University Mountain Hydrology Laboratory, WVU Institute of Water Security and Science and WVU Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design 

WHAT: Appalachian Freshwater Initiative Do-It-Yourself Environmental Sensor Workshop 

WHERE: 4004 Agricultural Sciences Building, WVU Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design (Evansdale Campus) 

WHEN: March 2, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

INTERVIEW: Nicolas Zegre, associate professor of forest hydrology, WVU Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design; 304.293.0049; Nicolas.Zegre@mail.wvu.edu.

Nicolas Zegre interview audiofile

West Virginia University will hold the Appalachian Freshwater Initiative Do-It-Yourself Environmental Sensor Workshop with the goal of introducing K-12 STEM educators, state government employees, community groups and researchers to innovative, open-source environmental monitoring systems that provide a low-cost alternative for monitoring water quality, quantity and climate in real-time. 

The workshop, hosted by the WVU Mountain Hydrology Laboratory, Institute of Water Security and Science and the WVU Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design, is made possible by support from the National Science Foundation. It is being offered free of charge to participants and is currently filled to capacity. 

Members of the media who would like to attend the workshop should contact Nikky Luna 304.293.2394 or Nikky.Luna@mail.wvu.edu

-WVU-

nl/02/28/18 

CONTACT: Nikky Luna
WVU Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design
304.293.2394; Nikky.Luna@mail.wvu.edu 

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