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The monitors use nets to sample the aquatic insects in many streams in our area. Counting the different species provides a good gauge of the health of a creek because some creatures tolerate pollution while others do not. Maury Watershed Monitors have been checking Rockbridge waters for two decades. This fall, they are beginning a study of the Little Calfpasture River above Goshen Pass as part of a state effort to improve the health of that stream.

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