Click on image to download flier Elks Run Watershed Group is partnering with the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, the West Virginia Department of Forestry, and West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection to plant trees along Elk Branch. The trees will enhance the wildlife habitat along Elk Branch and help to filter pollutants and make the streambank […]
The Harpers Ferry Water Works serves a population of approximately 1801 with 709 residential service connections and 113 commercial connections. The Water Treatment Plant serves the population of Harpers Ferry, Bolivar, Cavalier Heights, KOA Campground, local hotels and commercial businesses. The water system is located on Bakerton Road off the State Route 340. Source Water […]
Elks Run Watershed The Harpers Ferry Water Works serves a population of approximately 1801 with 709 residential service connections and 113 commercial connections. The Water Treatment Plant serves the population of Harpers Ferry, Bolivar, Cavalier Heights, KOA Campground, local hotels and commercial businesses. The water system is located on Bakerton Road off the State Route […]
The next Elks Run Watershed Group meeting is scheduled for Thursday, November 14th at 6:00 pm at Snyder Environmental, located at 270 Industrial Blvd, Kearneysville, WV 25430. Come find out how you can be involved and help achieve ERWG’s mission to act as an advocate and steward of the Elks Run watershed by undertaking projects that will […]
Thank you again for being a part of the Elks Run Watershed Group’s inaugural CommuniTree planting event on October 19, 2013. You—all 50 of you—representing 4-H, scouts, Izaak Walton League, homeowners associations, schools, and concerned citizens, planted 27 trees along the Route 9 walk/bike path. These trees will eventually provide much needed shade, grow roots […]
Shenandoah Junction, October 19, 2013 For those who missed it, ERWG had their first community event on Saturday, October 19th. Nearly 50 volunteers and partners came to plant 27 trees along the Rt. 9 Bike Path in Bardane. The trees will not only beautify and provide shade along the path, but they will also capture […]
ERWG partnered with The Downstream Project to create this wonderful new Website. The Project’s creative/technical team are all long-time residents of the Eastern Panhandle, and are all active members of the area’s clean water conservation movement. The post New ERWG Website Launched appeared first on Elks Run Watershed.
Please join volunteers from Jefferson County’s Elks Run Watershed in this community tree planting event! Elks Run Watershed Group volunteers, in coordination with the WV Project CommuniTree and the WV Department of Highways, will be planting 24 trees along both sides of the Rt. 9 bicycle path across from the entrance to Shenandoah Junction Road and directly […]