Stronger Water Protections Now Law
This week Governor Tomblin signed SB 373, the water resources protection bill, into law. WVRC celebrates long hours of work and action from people like you. Together we helped convince lawmakers and the governor that we deserve clean rivers for safe drinking water – a victory for the rivers and the people of West Virginia! Keep an eye on your mailbox for our special edition newsletter explaining what the new legislation means for your local rivers and outlining the critical work ahead.
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Kanawha Valley Interfaith Council Honors WVRC
WVRC is honored to be selected as the 2014 project of the Kanawha Valley Interfaith Council. The Interfaith Council invites everyone to attend their 64th Annual Program and Luncheon to benefit WVRC's work protecting our rivers. The event will take place on April 29 at the John XXIII Pastoral Center in Charleston. For more information, contact Sue Eisinger at 304-346-9767.
Cheat Fest - May 3
The annual Cheat River Festival is one of the longest running river festivals in WV and this year's festival held on Saturday, May 3, will mark 20 years of celebrating the Cheat River. Make sure to stop by the WVRC booth for WVRC goodies and a chance to chat about the latest water developments in West Virginia. See you soon!