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Rural Living Basics Junction City

Did you know there are possible contaminants in your well water that you cannot see, taste, or smell? Municipal water is regulated by the EPA so consumers can be quite confident that the quality of the water coming from their tap is sufficient. However, well water does not face such stringent regulations and contamination testing often only occurs when the well is first installed or in some locations when property ownership changes.

It is so  important that well water users understand when and how to monitor their water quality and the associated benefits of doing so. Rural Living Basics is a FREE presentation designed for rural residents to learn the basics about groundwater used for their drinking water and septic systems. Learning steps to protect the health of your family, neighbors and animals, your property investment, and the safety of groundwater resources.

Please reserve your space if possible – in person events are open to everyone and pre-registration in not necessary but appreciate. Registration for the webinar is required to receive the zoom link ahead of time. Send your name, email, and phone number to Chrissy.Lucas@oregonstate.edu or leave a message at 541-713-5009. 

Bring ½ cup of well water to receive a free nitrate screening during the class.


 

Thursday, June 30 at 6:00pm to 8:15pm

Junction City Community Center 175 W 7th Ave. Junction City, OR

Event Type

Lecture or Presentation

Event Topic

Health and Well-being, Sustainability

Audience

Community Members

County

Lane

Organization
OSU Extension Service, OSU Groundwater Protection Education
Contact Name

Chrissy Lucas

Contact Email

Chrissy.Lucas@oregonstate.edu

Contact Phone

541-713-5009

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