Streamkeepers presents two grants


From left are Carolyn Matthews, Streamkeepers board member; Karen Kayser. Streamkeepers Treasurer; Michael Goldcamp, Chemistry Professor, Wilmington College; Paul Moke, Streamkeepers board member; Beth Mitchell, Streamkeepers Secretary; and Don Spurling, Streamkeepers President.

From left are Carolyn Matthews, Streamkeepers board member; Karen Kayser. Streamkeepers Treasurer; Michael Goldcamp, Chemistry Professor, Wilmington College; Paul Moke, Streamkeepers board member; Beth Mitchell, Streamkeepers Secretary; and Don Spurling, Streamkeepers President.


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From left are Carolyn Matthews, Streamkeepers board member; Karen Kayser. Streamkeepers Treasurer; Michael Goldcamp, Chemistry Professor, Wilmington College; Paul Moke, Streamkeepers board member; Beth Mitchell, Streamkeepers Secretary; and Don Spurling, Streamkeepers President. From left are Carolyn Matthews, Streamkeepers board member; Karen Kayser, Streamkeepers Treasurer; Travis Luncan, Wilmington Water Department Source Water Protection Coordinator; Paul Moke, Streamkeepers board member; Beth Mitchell, Streamkeepers Secretary; and Spur;ling, Streamkeepers President.


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WILMINGTON — The Clinton Streamkeepers awarded two grants to local groups to continue water quality testing in the Wilmington area.

The grants were awarded from the Sture Fredrik Anliot Fund. Professor Anliot taught Biology at Wilmington College for 35 years and had a keen interest in preserving the environment.

Faculty and students at Wilmington College will monitor water and sediment quality in Lytle Creek as part of a new curriculum that includes water quality measurements, sediment core sampling, and invertebrate counts starting this September.

Wilmington Chemistry Professor Michael Goldcamp will be assisted by Professor Audrey McGowin in the Chemistry Department at Wright State University.

From left are Carolyn Matthews, Streamkeepers board member; Karen Kayser. Streamkeepers Treasurer; Michael Goldcamp, Chemistry Professor, Wilmington College; Paul Moke, Streamkeepers board member; Beth Mitchell, Streamkeepers Secretary; and Don Spurling, Streamkeepers President.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/06/web1_streamkeepers-Copy-1.jpgFrom left are Carolyn Matthews, Streamkeepers board member; Karen Kayser. Streamkeepers Treasurer; Michael Goldcamp, Chemistry Professor, Wilmington College; Paul Moke, Streamkeepers board member; Beth Mitchell, Streamkeepers Secretary; and Don Spurling, Streamkeepers President. Courtesy photos

From left are Carolyn Matthews, Streamkeepers board member; Karen Kayser. Streamkeepers Treasurer; Michael Goldcamp, Chemistry Professor, Wilmington College; Paul Moke, Streamkeepers board member; Beth Mitchell, Streamkeepers Secretary; and Don Spurling, Streamkeepers President. From left are Carolyn Matthews, Streamkeepers board member; Karen Kayser, Streamkeepers Treasurer; Travis Luncan, Wilmington Water Department Source Water Protection Coordinator; Paul Moke, Streamkeepers board member; Beth Mitchell, Streamkeepers Secretary; and Spur;ling, Streamkeepers President.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/06/web1_IMG_4843-1.jpgFrom left are Carolyn Matthews, Streamkeepers board member; Karen Kayser. Streamkeepers Treasurer; Michael Goldcamp, Chemistry Professor, Wilmington College; Paul Moke, Streamkeepers board member; Beth Mitchell, Streamkeepers Secretary; and Don Spurling, Streamkeepers President. From left are Carolyn Matthews, Streamkeepers board member; Karen Kayser, Streamkeepers Treasurer; Travis Luncan, Wilmington Water Department Source Water Protection Coordinator; Paul Moke, Streamkeepers board member; Beth Mitchell, Streamkeepers Secretary; and Spur;ling, Streamkeepers President. Courtesy photos