Mystic Aquarium Partnership Kicks Off!
We're partnering with the Mystic Aquarium's STEM Mentoring Program to inspire the next generation fo water scientists!
Taking Action with Living Lands & Waters
We're teaming up with Living Lands & Waters to empower young water conservation leaders!
World Water Monitoring Day 2017
Mark your calendars to test and protect your local waterways on September 18!
Wander Like Water Expedition Kicks Off!
We're excited to team up with Sarah and Patrick Houston on their 2,000 mile journey investigating the water of the Mississippi River!
River Guardians Environmental Symposium
Love A Sea Turtle (LAST) River Guardians Project Celebration
Livestream Your Event With Us
Livestream your monitoring event with us on Wednesday, March 22.
Coventry students get back to nature
An exciting new partnership with Cuyahoga Valley National Park is a hint of what's to come in the 2017 Water Monitoring season.
Pickering Creek Audubon Center
When it comes to breeding a new generation of environmental stewards, it’s important to start them early, said MD Dept. of the Env. Sec.
MonitorWater.org Has New Look
EarthEcho International is excited to launch our new World Water Monitoring Challenge website!
Scouts Participate In WWMC
Scouts are helping to make an impact on World Oceans Day through the World Water Monitoring Challenge.
We Need to Be Informed and Get Engaged
Environmentalist Philippe Cousteau and Wife Ashlan Talk Earth Day and Flint Water Crisis with People.com
Workshop on Citizen Science and WWMC
Join us for a Luncheon with Philippe Cousteau and a Workshop on Citizen Science and the World Water Monitoring Challenge.
Take a Stand for Clean Water
The 2016 Monitoring Period for the EarthEcho World Water Monitoring Challenge is Now Open
Xylem Watermark Making a Difference
Xylem Employees Help to Launch the 2016 Monitoring Period
Phongola River, South Africa
The Treverton Post Matric students of 2015 undertook an adventure during June 2015.
Youth Environmental Club, Malaysia
Youth trained as nature guides and young scientists lead a number of presentations and participate in community events.