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OneWatershed Videos

In 2015 WV Rivers piloted OneWatershed to engage young people as storytellers for the watersheds of West Virginia's Chesapeake Bay tributaries. Students from Berkeley Springs and Paw Paw high schools spent a week learning about the watersheds, their people, and histories. And they learned to tell stories using video. Here are the videos they produced.

OneWatershed Film Camp

Monitoring Warm Springs Run

Taking Care of the Cacapon River

Sewage Treatment, Warms Springs, and the Bay

What's A Healthy Stream