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WaterShed Watch

Watershed Watch is a one-day science event to help gather data about the health of the Boise River. The event takes place the fourth Thursday in September with upper elementary students in the Treasure Valley. For more info visit the Boise WaterShed website.

Crayfish Mercury Project

RSVP HERE The Boise River Enhancement Network (BREN) is once again partnering with the University of Idaho to catch crayfish for the Crayfish Mercury Project. This multi-year project measures the level of mercury in Crayfish which helps determine if crayfish and other fish caught from the river are safe for humans to eat. This is […]

Riverside Chat: Crayfish Mercury Project

Friday, July 18th join BREN and U of I graduate student Tate Libunao for a Riverside Chat. Tate will be in Boise this fall when BREN volunteers collect crayfish for his study. Friday he will discuss the science and the results so far. Register in advance at: