W is for Workshops, Wet-Pro & World Ocean’s Day

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The Network also filled its role of information sharing, by providing diverse monitoring protocols to various independent community groups and researchers including topics on coastal water quality in a local fishing sectors, identification of invasive species and emergency environmental concerns. The CBEMN also attended the Go Wild in HRM workshop held by the Sierra Club Canada – Atlantic Chapter in March 2012 to discuss and refine protocols developed for citizen science based biodiversity monitoring project in HRM.

CBEMN also offered a display on the Halifax Waterfront for World Ocean’s Day! Demonstrating the WET-Pro Toolkit, Halifax Harbour water was testing by school children as an interactive event.

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