Phase II of Current’s largest and most public demonstration project, H2NOW Chicago, kicked off with both existing and new partners eager to deepen their engagement with this real-time water quality monitoring project. Broad and meaningful stakeholder engagement has been a hallmark of this project, and meeting the 2020 Our Great Rivers Vision of measuring and communicating real-time water quality data in the Chicago River depends on input from a wide range or technical and programmatic partners and volunteers.
Key recommendations from the meeting included:
Special thanks to Howard, Libby and the entire team at ELPC for providing the space and the technology to bring everyone together, in person and remotely. As a small team, Current depends on these kinds of neighborly partnerships and we’re very grateful.
If you would like to become involved with H2NOW on a personal or organizational-level, have space to host a future Current event, or would like more information on how to support our work, please reach out to George Brigandi.
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