[Virtual Workshop] Building an EnviroDIY Monitoring Station

February 9 - February 10
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[Virtual Workshop] Building an EnviroDIY Monitoring Station

When: February 9-10, 2021, noon to 4 p.m. EST each day.

Where: Zoom Meeting

Audience: Individuals and groups who want guidance in building, programming, installing, and managing EnviroDIY monitoring stations. The workshop is limited to 12 participants.

Cost: $425* (attendance fee, per person). If multiple attendees join from a single computer via zoom, only one attendee from that group must register. Attendees must purchase additional equipment separately (see Registration section below).

*If you are participating on behalf of a Pennsylvania watershed protection organization or your organization is part of the Delaware River Watershed Initiative you may qualify for financial assistance; contact David Bressler for details.

This workshop will guide attendees through the process of building an EnviroDIY monitoring station. Attendees will leave the workshop with a functional monitoring station equipped with a Conductivity/Temperature/Depth (CTD) sensor and cellular data transmission to the Monitor My Watershed data portal. Read this flyer to make sure this workshop is right for you. You must have a laptop computer and the ability to install software on your computer to participate in the workshop.

There are additional costs to deploy your monitoring station after the workshop:

  • Up to $200 for station installation equipment and supplies (equipment/supply list provided at workshop).
  • About $10/month cellular data plan for the transmission of data to Monitor My Watershed online data portal.
  • We recommend reserving $500 for future parts and sensor replacement in the event of vandalism, accidents, and wear and tear.

Questions? Contact David Bressler.


February 9
February 10
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David Bressler
610-268-2153, ext. 1312
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