Provided by Prince William Soil and Water Conservation District (PWSWCD)
Trash in Waterways Impacts Human Lives and the Ecosystem
- Clean any nearby stream or pond(s) this fall
- Get an Adopt-a-Stream/Pond sign at any chosen site
- Maintain social distance while working
- Contact the District for support if needed
- Share your data and pictures with the District: [email protected]
Thank You Volunteers!
Water Quality Monitoring
- Jess McCaulley and team – Bull Run
- Diane Bahm and team – Cannon Branch
Adopt- A-Stream Program
- Sea Troop 100 and families – Rocky Branch
- Eric VanNortwick – Neabsco Creek
A big shout out to the Adams Family for adopting a portion of the Catharpin Creek under the District’s Adopt-A-Stream program!
Thanks to the Coordinators of the newly adopted sites:
- Serviclean Inc -Neabsco Watershed
- Friends of Leesylvania State Park -Potomac River
- Patriot Scuba – Occoquan Watershed
- Garfield High School Green Club – Neabsco Watershed
- Fox Family – Occoquan Watershed
Please inform the District about your private water quality events. Contact the District for supplies, support and trash haul if needed. For more on the District’s Water Quality programs, visit pwswcd.org/water-quality. Email [email protected].
Want to Become a Certified Water Quality Monitor?
Take training online to become a Certified Virginia Save Our Streams Water Quality Monitor. Follow up with the District for field practicals and adopt a site of your choice in Prince William County. For more information, visit iwla.org/water/stream-monitoring/upcoming-water-monitoring-workshops. Or, contact Rebecca Shoer at [email protected] or 978-578-5238.