The Volunteer Stream Monitoring Partnership, a program of the University of Minnesota Water Resources Center, provides academics and environmental professionals with vital information about the health of Minnesota streams. Over 1,900 volunteers monitor 51 stream sites in the Twin Cities metropolitan area; they gather aquatic insect specimens, identify them, interpret their results relative to water quality at their stream sites and submit their findings. I contributed to this project by designing the Aquatic Insect Interactive Verification Program Web site, which leverages the power of the Web to help our volunteers accurately identify the specimens they collect. Version 1 was released in December 2006 and has received more than 450,000 hits from users in all 50 states, and more than 121 countries world-wide. Version 2 is scheduled for release this Fall.