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 WaterProjects
Rivers to Redbuds
Here in the Shenandoah Valley, Earth Day is an opportunity to celebrate our rich soil, healthy forests, clean water and rural working lands.
Seeking Nominations for Local Conservation Heroes
The Valley Treasure award seeks to recognize community members whose exceptional work, substantial contributions, service and commitment to conserving the natural resources, cultural heritage, and rural character of our region stands out.
Speak up for working farm and forest land
Ask legislators to support the farming community by investing in programs that help farmers implement practices that benefit us all with cleaner water and richer soil.