WSR PARTNERSHIP PORTAL
Adventure Scientists’ Wild and Scenic Rivers Project seeks to address water quality data gaps and update the status of WSRs across the nation, improving how these river systems are managed and protected. Since 2020, more than 120 volunteer teams have collected water quality data from priority rivers across the country.
On this page, you will find further information about the project, important project dates, data summaries, data access, project resources, and media.
If you have any questions or comments about this page, or want to see more information, don’t hesitate to reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please join the 2022 State Water Quality Webinar this November.
Exact date TBD.
Project Field Seasons
Year 1: June 2020 – January 31, 2021
Year 2: April 1 – September 1, 2021
October 1 – February 28, 2022
Year 3: April 1 – September 1, 2022
October 1 – February 28, 2023
The dashboard below summarizes data volunteers have collected since the project’s start. The dashboard is interactive and live. For more detailed data exploration, click the button below.
Water Quality Portal (WQP)
The WQP is the EPA regulated water quality data warehouse. The information and videos below guide you through the process of accessing data through this portal.
To access this dataset we ask that you fill out the form on the data request page. Button below. Once your request has been approved you will receive a link that will allow you to download the dataset on WQP as well as the raw “out of the field” version of the dataset we curate ourselves.
This project follows the guidelines set forth from the QAPP document, which was developed with federal partners, as well as some state agencies.
Volunteers with this project collect data in the field after completing an interactive online training. We supply them with sampling equipment and printed protocol booklets. Digital copies of those printed protocols can be found below.
In the Field
Explore photos from our dedicated adventure volunteers and watch our short film: “Wild for the Green.”
Media coverage about the Wild and Scenic Rivers project.
Blog Post: Kalmiopsis Trip Report: Exploring Chrome Creek – Northwest Rafting Co. – April 25, 2021