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Care about water quality? Local programs need volunteers

Who takes care of the trash in our streams? Where does this trash come from? Where does this trash end up? How does this trash impact water quality and aquatic life?
What type of waterways and water quality will the next generation enjoy? How can residents help promote clean waterways?

Take Action: Stop littering, recycle, promote programs to raise awareness about trash in the communities, and join those who are already volunteering with the District.

A big “Thank you” goes out to all the volunteers who support conservation and promote water quality awareness in Prince William County in 2016.  Sunday, January 15th (Noon - 2.30 p. m.) Winter Water Quality Monitoring at James Long Park - Gainesville. For more information write to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

“We all can help make a difference for a beautiful Prince William County.”

Prince William Soil and Water Conservation District is working together with other organizations to reduce the amount of trash in waterways within the District. The District will help provide cleanup supplies to residents who would like to make an impact in the communities at no cost. Participating groups will receive an Adopt-A-Stream sign in recognition of their stewardship. For more information write to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)


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