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Connect With a Watershed Group

West Virginia is blessed with beautiful rivers and streams, some crystal clear and others deep green or blue. Local watershed associations throughout the Mountain State perform volunteer cleanups, conduct water monitoring, and speak up for clean water whenever it is threatened. Watershed groups are also often the best source of information for what's going on in your backyard.

Wherever you live, wherever you enjoy recreation on the water, you should connect with the watershed association working for your river. To find one, open or download the attached listing (you'll need a PDF reader to view it). 

Have other questions? Are you concerned about the conditions of a river or stream near you, and don't know whom to call? Click here to send us an email.
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Dec 13, 2013, 11:01 AM