Citizen Science Water Fair

Citizen Science Water Fair
In collaboration with University of Utah and Navajo Nation EPA
with sponsorship from the National Science Foundation (NSF)
Friday March 13th, 2020 | Diné College-Tuba City, AZ | 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
PARTICIPANTS NEEDED

Are you wondering what is in your water? Water that you are consuming for your household, for your livestock, for your farming, or stored at your home?

If you are using water that is not coming from a NTUA source then come to the Citizen Science Water Fair at Diné College, Tuba City, to test your water and learn about the quality of water that you are using.

Wellwater, spring water, hauled water stored at your home in storage tanks, stream water or any other unregulated water samples are welcome.

The first 200 water fair participants completing the testing and answering a short questionnaire will receive a $50 gift card (no demographic information will be collected).

1. Where to pick up your water collection bottle?

Community member can pick up the sterile water collection bottles at following locations:

  • Tuba City Chapter
  • Cameron Chapter
  • Gap Chapter
  • Kayenta Chapter
  • Coalmine Chapter
  • Tonalea Chapter
  • Hogan Office Diné College Tuba City

• Sterile water collection bottles must be picked up at least 1 or 2 days prior to March 13th, 2020 .

• One water sample per household.

• NTUA water samples will not be accepted.

2. Return water samples Friday, March 13th, 2020

Bring the collected water sample in the sterile collection bottles on the morning of fair day, Friday March 13th at Diné College.

3. Results

Link will be provided once results are completed.

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Contact Us for more information!







ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CONTACT

Professor Shazia T. Hakim Ph.D.
Diné College
928-283-5113 Ext:7520
stabassum@dinecollege.edu

Associate Professor Jennifer Weidhaas, Ph.D.
University of Utah
801-585-1228
jennifer.weidhaas@utah.edu

Dwight Carlston: 928-871-6789
or
Dawn Begay: 928-871-7943
Navajo Nation EPA

This event is a mutual effort of Diné College, University of Utah, and the Navajo Nation EPA with sponsorship from the National Science Foundation (NSF)