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Provided by Prince William Soil & Water Conservation District

Neabsco Creek Installs First Trash Trap in Prince William County on Wednesday, Nov. 17 at 10:00 a.m.
Thanks to Micron Technology Inc. for supporting Prince William County Public Works in this great project.
Kudos to the efforts of the Woodbridge Potomac Communities Civic Association (WPCCA), Prince William Trails and Streams Coalition and all the Conservation District’s Water Quality partners and volunteers for presenting convincing data in support of this great project in the community.
A dream come through for Lynda Sylvastrand. Lynda is a Community Leader who for over 20 years has been very instrumental in addressing trash issues in this area. This led to the Woodbridge Potomac Communities Civic Association’s (WPCCA) engagement with the Adopt-A-Stream program.
Kudos to all the Conservation Distict’s Water Quality volunteers, including volunteers who travelled across county lines, and from of state (Maryland) to support this conservation effort.
Special thanks to the Prince William County Litter Crew Services for transporting the debris to the landfill after every cleanup event.
It is worth noting that this area of the Neabsco Creek has been a significant trash mine in Prince William County.
Please join the Prince William County Public Works Department as it celebrates this breakthrough Trash Trap project. Ribbon Cutting Event: Wednesday, Nov. 17 at 10:00 a.m. RSVP by Nov. 12 to PublicWorks@pwcgov.org. Location: Neabsco Eagles Park, 15801 Neabsco Road, Woodbridge
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