Lower Potomac Programs

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Potomac Programs

“Clean water is a fundamental human right. The greatest legacy we can leave for our children is access to clean water. Safeguarding the Nation’s River, which provides drinking water to approximately seven million people, is a serious responsibility.” – Dean Naujoks, Potomac Riverkeeper

Program News

DMV FISH ADVISORY

DMV FISH ADVISORY

Jan 9, 2022

The Fish Guide is a useful tool to help anglers make informed decisions about eating caught…

CSO Outfall 29 Dry Weather Events

CSO Outfall 29 Dry Weather Events

Nov 10, 2020

Imagine you are out paddling along the shores of the Lower Potomac River, enjoying a crisp…

Chesapeake Dolphin Watch

Chesapeake Dolphin Watch

Nov 5, 2020

The work of the Potomac Riverkeeper Network doesn’t just benefit the 6 million people within the…

After the Storm — Pollution in the Potomac

After the Storm — Pollution in the Potomac

Oct 13, 2020

Whenever it rains in Washington, D.C., raw sewage spills into the Potomac River. These Combined Sewer…

To Our Citizen Science Volunteers

To Our Citizen Science Volunteers

Oct 2, 2020

I sincerely want to thank all of you for the amazing work you have done collecting…

Water Wednesday: A Tale of Two Rivers (Video)

Water Wednesday: A Tale of Two Rivers (Video)

Oct 2, 2020
The Potomac River is a haven for many of us. It provides a space…

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