May Creek and Issaquah Creek Basins
|WQ-00||Binder Cover||Word PDF|
|WQ-02||Temperature Procedure||Word PDF|
|WQ-03||pH Protocol||Word PDF|
|WQ-04||Nitrate Nitrogen Protocol||Word PDF|
|WQ-05||Turbidity Protocol||Word PDF|
|WQ-06a||Dissolved Oxygen Protocol||Word PDF|
|WQ-06b||Oxygen Saturation Chart||Word PDF|
|WQ-07a||Stream Characteristics||Word PDF|
|WQ-07b||Pacific Spawning Salmon Identification||Word PDF|
|WQ-07c||New Zealand Mudsnail Identification||Word PDF|
|WQ-07d||New Zealand Mudsnail Fact Sheet||Word PDF|
|WQ-07e||Stroud Macroinvertebrate Identification Key||Word PDF|
|WQ-08||Stream Steward Data Entry Sheet||Word PDF|
|HA-01||Habitat Assessment Data Entry Sheet||Word PDF|
|Ec-01||E. coli Field Instructions Sheet||Word PDF|
|Ec-02||E. coli Sampling Sites||Word PDF|
|Ec-04||Single Site Data Entry Sheet||Word PDF|
|Ec-05||Testing Labels||Word PDF|
|Ec-06||Plate Count Sheet||Word PDF|
Four Creeks Unincorporated Area Council has a Water Stewardship program focused on the portions of the May Creek and Issaquah Creek Basins in the UAC's service area.
For a number of years FCUAC has participated in a stewardship MOU involving CARE/SWAN, a local community-based non-profit, and King County DNRP
FCUAC has received funding for water test kits. They are modeled from the KCD Stream Steward kit.
KCD modeled their Stream Stewards Program after Pierce County's Stream Monitoring Program.
Gathering all sample data is important for a clear assessment of the hydrology of the basins.
The May Creek and Issaquah Creek basins are the initial focus. Sample sites are selected along those waterways.
The FCUAC Atlas program provides a variety of theme maps in support of the program.