If you’re interested in making a difference in maintaining our local ecosystems, you may want to stop by Quinte Conservation’s office, on Monday night.
The Bay of Quinte Remidial Action Plan is hosting an information night for potential citizen scientists to help monitor certain animal populations in the region.
The RAP’s Sarah Midlane-Jones says there are two programs being offered.
She adds the health of the bay has come a long way over the years and citizen scientists become an important part of maintaining that health.
The event is being held at the Quinte Conservation office at 7:00 p.m. Monday night, to explain the programs and what is expected of those taking part.
You can click here to visit the BQRAP website and get more information.