Communities in the Valley count on clean, abundant water for drinking water supply, farming, recreation and tourism. Our world-class streams and rivers form the headwaters of the Shenandoah and James Rivers and then flow to the Chesapeake Bay.
The Alliance works with local government, watershed groups, and agencies to advance the local programs and planning for erosion and sediment control, agricultural best management practices, storm water management and regional water planning.
Current Clean Water Projects
A cost-share win!
The video highlighting a Shenandoah County agriculture best management cost-share project wins the Hermes Creative Awards Gold Winner status!
Partnership effort to preserve forestland and rich history
It can take a village to preserve such a treasured place. Nearly 50 people, including the Bullard family and Potomac Conservancy staff, worked together to protect this special land for generations to come.
Great news and update on Stanley pollution permit
GREAT NEWS - on Wednesday evening we received word that Recycle Management voluntarily withdrew its permit request.