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  • Online training to start on June 9th! 

    We have had to make adjustments because of the Covid-19 pandemic, but only so that the important work we do can still get done. We had to cancel the in-person Water Quality Monitoring Training sessions, but we’ve got a solution in online training. There are three modules, whose dates, times,

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  • Water Quality Monitoring Volunteer Training

    Making the Potomac Swimmable Again – Citizen Science Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring Program Has Started

    To achieve our mission of improving recreation access, our Water Quality Monitoring Program is a key component of the Swimmable Potomac Campaign. We rely on a dedicated team of volunteer citizen scientists who are rigorously trained by Potomac Riverkeeper and other skilled and knowledgeable professionals. The volunteers conduct weekly water

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  • Press Release

    DEQ Taking Action on Route I-66 Alleged Violations

    Potomac Riverkeeper Commends Virginia Department of Environmental Quality for Action to Bring Route I-66 Construction Site Polluter to Account Investigation by Potomac Riverkeeper Identified Illegal Sediment Runoff into Accotink Creek and Potomac River Washington, D.C. – May 18 – Potomac Riverkeeper Network (PRKN) applauds Virginia’s Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ)

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