Following opening remarks from Supervisor Mike May, this field trip highlights two streams in developed areas, both high priority restoration candidates, and considers restoration needs associated with the Chesapeake Bay clean up.
Both streams are great examples showing the challenges and opportunities for PWC to help save the Bay, protect public infrastructure, and improve local water quality for Prince William residents.
Community Stream Stewards
Created for concerned citizens interested in acting to protect clean water resources from Prince William to the Chesapeake Bay
Whether you live right next to a stream or miles away, your actions can help improve water quality. PWCA's Stream Stewards provides you with information and ideas to help improve your community, protect our public drinking water supply and ensure a sustainable future for our children.
Stream Stewards pairs evening lectures with field tours to illustrate key concepts at familiar locations close to home. Topics cover the biology, dynamics and physical characteristics of streams, and consider the role local waterways play in ongoing efforts to save the Chesapeake Bay.
Attend one or all programs to find out more about streams, wildlife and clean water from Prince William County to the Chesapeake Bay! Attend seven activities to receive PWCA's Stream Stewards Certificate.
Questions and RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org or 703.499.4954. Stream Stewards Certificate is awarded to participants who attend seven activities in this series. All programs are free of charge thanks to the support of our members