Video Project Documents the Little Beaver Kill Stream Assessment

Posted on: June 30th, 2017 by Leslie_Zucker

A new community arts project called “Catskill Waters” is documenting the Little Beaver Kill stream assessment in the Town of Woodstock. Keiko Sono, the producer of Catskill Waters and resident of Bearsville, joined the AWSMP stream assessment crew along the Little Beaver Kill this week. Keiko filmed the crew explaining the stream assessment process and how it results in a stream management plan. The Catskill Waters project will run through 2017. The project includes documentation of the Little Beaver Kill stream assessment, collection of landowner stories, creation of artworks, and presentation of everything recorded on the Catskill Waters website. To learn more about participating in the project, visit www.catskillwaters.org and email keiko@catskillwaters.org or call Keiko at (845) 616-4635. The project is partially funded by the AWSMP through the Stream Management Implementation Program (SMIP).

Keiko Sono interviews Allison Lent, AWSMP Stream Assessment Coordinator with the Ulster County Soil & Water Conservation District, June 2017.

Keiko Sono interviews Allison Lent, AWSMP Stream Assessment Coordinator with the Ulster County Soil & Water Conservation District, June 2017.

Winston Gedicks, stream assessment intern, enters data into a Trimble GPS as Tiffany Runge, AWSMP Watershed Technician with the Ulster Soil & Water District looks on, June 2017.

Winston Gedicks, stream assessment intern with the Ulster County Community College, enters data into a Trimble GPS as Tiffany Runge, AWSMP Watershed Technician with the Ulster Soil & Water District looks on, June 2017.

Allison Lent and Tiffany Runge, both with the Ulster Soil & Water District assess a culvert during the Little Beaver Kill stream assessment, June 2017.

Allison Lent and Tiffany Runge, both with the Ulster Soil & Water District assess a culvert during the Little Beaver Kill stream assessment, June 2017.

 

 

 

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