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Healthy streams are vitally important. Without clean drinking water and healthy ecosystems the cost of providing water increases and enjoyment decreases. Blue Thumb works to educate the public about protecting our streams through hands on educational experiences, presentations and water quality monitoring. Join us in protecting Oklahoma's natural resources.
Become a citizen scientist! 2016 Blue Thumb Events
There is great beauty all around us in Oklahoma. Our streams, rivers, lakes and wetlands are wonderful places for recreation and for the wild creatures that share our state.
Perhaps you think:“I would like to go out and spend time at a creek, too.” Let Blue Thumb help you make this a reality. People who spend time in nature learn to love nature, and from this love comes willingness to protect our air, land, water, and wildlife. Our children and our grandchildren deserve the chance to swim and fish in clean lakes and rivers. Join forces with Blue Thumb today for a bright, clean tomorrow! Click here to get your Blue Thumb!
Blue Thumb is looking for a new staff member!
Could it could be you?
Blue Thumb is hiring an outgoing person with basic knowledge of stream ecology, pollutants, watersheds, and urban and rural nonpoint source pollution issues. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Position includes field work, program promotion, organization/entry of field data, and coordination of volunteers. Bachelor’s degree required. Apply by Oct. 31. Full info here. If you have questions email Jean Lemmon at firstname.lastname@example.org
Oct. 28 - 29 - Blue Thumb Training for New Volunteers
City of Owasso, Old Central Building
109 N. Birch Street
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To register contact Candice Miller at
2017 Blue Thumb Events
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