Testing the Waters for Shared Measurement in Lancaster County – a Data Summit

Testing the Waters for Shared Measurement in Lancaster County – a Data Summit
October 21, 2019 – October 22, 2019 all-day
MidAtlantic Farm Credit Building
15 Eby Chiques Rd
Mount Joy, PA 17552
Allyson Gibson

In order to tell the most complete story, we invite any and all partners who are collecting water quality monitoring data to join us for a summit to share data, inform the Partners’s shared measurement system, learn from other water quality experts in the field, and be part of the next steps.   We will spend Monday at the MidAtlantic Farm Credit building, Tuesday morning will be in the field at the Liederkranz, and the back at the Farm Credit building in the afternoon.

All partners are welcome!

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Teacher Diana Griffiths demonstrates a sampling technique in Lititz Springs Park in Lititz, Pa., on May 1, 2015. Chemistry students from Warwick High School sampled Lititz Run in Lancaster County, Pa., during a biannual field trip that visited eight sites along the stream, which has been listed as impaired by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection. (Photos by Will Parson/Chesapeake Bay Program)


Monday October 21

8:30am Registration and coffee

9:30am Welcome and summit primer

Recommendations from the Data Action Team

Chesapeake Conservancy lays out our map


Inspirational Learning and Trust

Sharing Data

How a baseline of data fuels our bias towards action

Happy hour

Tuesday October 22

8am-11am Field investigations – experience something new!

Lessons learned


What to do with the data

2:30 Wrap-up and end