Our 2020 Newsletter is available now for you to learn about all of our activities and events!
November’s forum speakers will be the PSCW Executive Board, including Board Chair Amy Kay, Board Vice Chair Steve Gustafson, and Coordinator Cassie Druhl. They will summarize the results of the 2020 Snapshot Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring Events, in addition to sharing PSCW’s 2020 accomplishments and our plans for future projects in 2021. Tuesday, November 17
October’s forum speaker will be Ken Krier with the Iowa Department of Natural Resources. Ken was born and raised in Iowa and earned a BA in Biology and MS in Environmental Science from UNI. He has served 23 years with the DNR, with 3 years in the Water Supply Section and 20 years in the
This webinar was recorded and can be viewed on PSCW’s YouTube channel. View the list of speakers by clicking the link below.
PSCW was on Living Local today to talk about the Fall Snapshot!
September’s speaker will be Joel Vanderbush from Niabi Zoo. Joel has been a Zoologist since 1995. He earned his BS in Zoology from Michigan State University and MA in Teaching and Education from the University of Indianapolis. Beginning his career as a zookeeper at the Tracy Aviary in Salt Lake City, UT and the Potter
Register now for the Fall Snapshot Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring Event! This is your opportunity to become a citizen scientist for the day and gather important data about the health of Scott County’s watersheds. The valuable data gathered by volunteers will assist PSCW in raising funds for water quality improvement projects in the county. No
Partners of Scott County Watersheds received a grant from Iowa American Water’s Environmental Grant Program to install three biofilters along Robin Creek in Davenport. On Monday, in partnership with the City of Davenport, they were put into place! The biofilters were constructed from a dense matrix of special materials that allow formation of biofilms (layers
Jon Koch is the Water & Resource Recovery Facility Director for the City of Muscatine, Iowa. A State of Iowa licensed Grade 4 Treatment Operator, he has over 19 years of experience operating and managing water, wastewater and industrial wastewater treatment facilities in Colorado, Wyoming, New Mexico and Iowa. He is also the city’s Stormwater
July’s virtual forum presenter will be Dr. Kay Stefanik, Assistant Director of the Iowa Nutrient Research Center at Iowa State University.Dr. Stefanik received a Ph.D. in Environmental Science from The Ohio State University in 2012. The Iowa Nutrient Research Center’s purpose is to pursue a science-based approach to evaluating the performance and development of nutrient