Behind the scenes our scientists and Riverkeepers have been working to make our water quality data more accessible to our communities, volunteers, partners, and decision makers. We monitor over 200 water quality monitoring sites throughout the Choptank, Miles, Wye, Chester and Sassafras rivers. The data we collect and analyze is vital to the community – it drives the work that we do and where we focus our restoration efforts; it helps scientists monitor large-scale oyster restoration projects; it supports our policy advocacy; and it’s used to protect sensitive waterways and habitats from development. We want this resource to be readily available to our community.