CMC members include organizations, groups and communities, working with the CMC to collect and share data throughout the Chesapeake Bay watershed. To become a member a monitoring group at a minimum agrees to:
The CMC service providers in return provide general support for starting or maintaining a monitoring program based on the needs of the CMC members.
Any group interested in establishing a new volunteer water quality monitoring program or has an existing monitoring program and wants to contribute to the Chesapeake Bay Program and wider audiences. This can include, but is not limited to:
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