Dr David Shull
My role specifically was as the North Sound Water Keeper. I assisted in various activities that helped monitor, restore, and measure local water ecosystems and engaged with local community members. I created a stormwater pollution permit project to compile data on local facilities in Bellingham. Every month, I assisted in stormwater monitoring of 7 outfalls in Bellingham. The data we collected was entered onto Water Reporter where the public has access. I attended training to learn about the DOE, NPDES, EPA, and beach cleanups. I assisted the Pollution Prevention Specialist on pollution patrols via canoe. The locations we observed were North/South Lake Whatcom and Lake Terrell. In mid-May, I attended an EPA microplastic protocol training and participated in a cleanup at Golden Gardens Beach in Seattle.
Miller, Hannah, "RE-Sources North Sound Waterkeeper" (2023). College of the Environment Internship Reports. 139.
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