Four Methods of Reporting
- Pipeline CSI Reporting Hotline – Give us a call.
- Email Geotagged Photos and Descriptions – Send us an email.
- Use the Avenza Maps app to send photos and descriptions from your phone.
- Participate in the TU-WV Rivers Volunteer Pipeline Visual Assessment Program.
(1) Call the CSI Reporting Hotline: 877-462-2272
- Leave us a message describing your observation.
- Please provide your full name and phone number (this will not be shared).
- Provide the location of your observation (coordinates are best).
(2) Send an Email to CSI Central: CSI@abralliance.org
- Take photos in the field with you phone or digital camera (be sure GPS or GeoLocation is turned on).
- Take notes associated with each photo.
- Email the photos and a typed description of your observations to CSI Central.
(3) Use the Avenza Maps App to Send Photos and Descriptions to CSI Central
- The Avenza Maps app serves as both a navigation tool and a reporting tool.
- ACP project maps (14 route segments) can be used for navigation even when cell or internet service is unavailable.
- Photos and notes taken in the field can be located as points on a map for submission to CSI Central when service is available or later becomes available.
- See Directions for Use of Avenza Maps for the Pipeline CSI
(4) The WV/VA Volunteer Pipeline Visual Assessment Program
- Developed by Trout Unlimited and West Virginia Rivers Coalition.
- The Pipeline CSI will assist with response to reported pollution incidents
- Webinar training sessions will be conducted.
- For info, see Volunteer Pipeline Visual Assessment Program. Also, see Events Schedule (right-hand sidebar).