Tracking California has provided an overview of how to develop a community air monitoring network. They partnered with Comite Civico del Valle to demonstrate the process of establishing a network that provides real-time information on PM levels within their own Imperial County. The presentation highlighted a parallel process to the 14 elements laid out by the California Air Resources Board’s (CARB) community air monitoring plan and additional considerations from Tracking California's "Guidebook for Developing a Community Air Monitoring Network."
Watch the training On Demand to understand the step by step process and see how it can be done within your own communities. The two organizations will even answer follow up questions to make sure you can fully conceptualize the process and are successful within your communities.