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New River Conservancy

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The New River is an Old Friend that has given to our
community throughout history without hesitation.
So today, Give Big and Give Back to
Give the River a voice! 

For every dollar you donate we leverage another $9 for the River!       

River Clean Ups
Your donation allows us to haul 8 tons of trash and enough tires for 200 cars
                                        from the New River and its streams for cleaner water. 

To date, we have recruited 6,993 volunteers to remove 467,600 pounds of trash, including14,482 tires.  In Virginia alone, we have organized 36 events, partnering with New River Trail State Park, Giles County, Grayson County, City of Radford, Friends of Claytor Lake, New River Wildlife Club and multiple outfitters to clean up 186.5 miles of river with 2,671 volunteers removing 123,270 pounds of trash including 4,058 tires since 2006.


River Builder
Your donation benefits the fishes and creatures in the River who depend on a
strong riparian buffer that supports habitat areas

New River Conservancy has completed 100 miles of restoration to degraded stream and riverbanks enhancing 606 acres of habitat providing a healthy riparian buffer.

Water Quality Monitoring

Your donation helps us to educate community citizens an stakeholders
on issues facing the river and inpires action. 

New River Water Watchers is a volunteer citizen science water quality monitoring program operating under state approved quality control and assurance plans approved in NC and VA.  

Your donation allows us to advocate for local and state governments
to enact environmentally sound policy. 

Issues that New River Conservancy is focused on in 2018 include Mountain Valley pipeline, historic industrial waste sites, development in floodplains and impact by dams.  Join our work with your donation!

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