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Our Work

REP Student Surveys

TEACHERS: Please have your students click on the appropriate link and complete the PRE- sampling survey before you begin your watershed lesson(s) in the classroom,...
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REP Training Workshops

All teachers and volunteers are encouraged to attend the Friends of the Rouge Bug Hunts in addition to the workshops listed below to understand more...
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REP Committee Members

The Rouge Education Project (REP) is guided and supported by a committee that meets periodically throughout the school year to discuss the status of the...
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REP Monitoring Parameters

The REP assesses surface water quality in three main categories: chemical, biological, and physical.  Examples of what students monitor are below.

REP Monitoring Data Archive

A note about our results: The raw data archive (linked below) includes three tabs: chemical, biological, and physical. Chemical: Any school highlighted in gray uses...
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REP Assistants Needed

REP Assistants are volunteers who assist a teacher participating in the Rouge Education Project by working in the classroom and on the field trip with the...
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REP Info for Schools

If you are a teacher interested in learning more about joining the Rouge Education Project, please fill out this form. The Rouge Education Project was...
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Rouge Education Project

The Rouge Education Project (REP) is school-based environmental education program involving elementary, middle, and high schools from across southeastern Michigan. Students learn about the Rouge...
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Fish Monitoring

The last extensive fish survey of the Rouge River was completed by the Michigan DNR in 1995 and published in 1998 (Rouge River Assessment).  Water...
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Bug Hunts

(Benthic Macroinvertebrate Monitoring)  What is a Bug Hunt? Do you ever wonder about what lives in the river besides fish and turtles? Come to one...
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