Dakota County wetland program is seeking volunteers
Dakota County is seeking people to help monitor the health of community wetlands through the Wetland Health Evaluation Program.
Volunteers work with a community-based team to monitor and collect information that is used to help protect area wetlands. A science background or previous monitoring experience is not required. All training and equipment is provided.
Volunteers commit between 10 to 30 hours, including training, field work and lab analysis.
For more information about volunteering, visit www.mnwhep.org or call the Dakota County Water Resources Department at (952) 891-7000.