World Water Monitoring Challenge™ is an international education and outreach program that builds public awareness and involvement in protecting water resources around the world by engaging citizens to conduct basic monitoring of their local water bodies.
In 2012, approximately 250,000 visits were made by participants to monitoring sites in 66 countries. We challenge you to test the quality of your waterways, share your findings, and protect our most precious resource!
On Thursday April 25, 2013 biology students at Pulaski Senior High School in Pulaski, New York collected some water quality data at sites on the high school campus. As a class we monitored three bodies of water - a drainage pond next to our district bus garage facility and a stream... Read More
WWMC: What drew you to the program—why did you want to get involved?KR: Sustainable water resources management and water security have been key areas of my work as Founder, Green Vigil Foundation. The WWMC program... offered a great opportunity to engage school students in understanding local waterbodies through a scientific monitoring program. Read More
Want to see photos of water monitoring all over the world? Click here to see our photo gallery. If you want to share photos of your monitoring event, submit a blog post and include your photos!
If WWMC developed an app for mobile data entry, would you use it?