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Demand Clean Water. In the aftermath of the tragic chemical spill in the Elk River, there is renewed hope for rivers and waterways in West Virginia. You could even say there is a new movement. Business groups, faith communities, neighborhood associations, and others have all become part of—and in some cases leaders in—this new movement. Join us and the growing movement for clean water by signing up to stay in the loop. Sign up for our monthly e-newsletter!

Save an icon. We are also working with other Mountain State partners to create the Birthplace of Rivers National Monument in the Monongahela National Forest. This area is the headwaters of six of West Virginia's most significant rivers. Our Congressional delegation will support the measure only if they hear from you. Sign up for email alerts here.

To support our work to advocate for clean-water policies, hold polluters accountable, and promote safe river recreation, please help by making a tax-deductible donation today. Contributions to WVRC are tax-deductible for the full extent allowable by law.