Citizens Making a Difference in the Community

Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Tumblr +

Provided by Prince William Soil and Water Conservation District

Prince William Soil and Water Conservation District’s volunteers help keep waterways/ponds in the County, towns and cities beautiful and healthy through cleanup and monitoring events that collect data to promote science and research.
In June, the Conservation District appreciated and celebrated its volunteers at Windy Knoll Farm, LLC. This volunteer appreciation event brought together volunteers whose environmental stewardship and dedication went a long way through 2019 to 2021.  Over 15 appreciation plaques were presented to individuals and organizations.
Thanks to Windy Knoll Farm, LLC for providing such a beautiful venue for this volunteer celebration. Thanks to Old Virginia Smoke for some delicious BBQ.
The Conservation District Water Quality volunteers who were also the ‘Selected Winners of the 2021 National Earth Team Award’ with the Natural Resources and Conservation Services (NRCS) could not have gotten this recognition without the input of every single volunteer and partner.
Present at the event, among others, was Tim Hughes of Prince William County’s Watershed Division and Raya Nickerson of the Town of Dumfries Public Works Department.
Share.

Comments are closed.