What others are Doing or Have Done
(Add Yours to this List)
You can reach me by e-mail at:   rbaker@shentel.net


Bob Nanninga and Cleaning up Plastic
http://www.sdearthtimes.com/et0694/et0694s7.html
SDEarth Times - articles covering a wide variety of local, national and international environmental topics
http://www.sdearthtimes.com/


Virginia Litter Prevention and Recycling Program
http://www.deq.state.va.us/recycle/lprevention.html


Pennsylvania AntiLitter Campaign - Listed here because of it's Ideas and Work
http://www.dep.state.pa.us/dep/deputate/airwaste/wm/Litter/Facts/prevent.htm
 How can I prevent litter?  (Pointers from their Site)

                     Please help prevent litter:

  1.  Always dispose of your trash in a proper receptacle.
  2.  If you have children, teach them to do the same.
  3.  Carry a litter bag in your vehicle and use it!
  4.  Never throw anything from your vehicle windows.
  5.  Always clean up your site after a picnic or other activity.
  6.  Cover trash receptacle tightly.
  7.  Secure your load if you carry trash or loose materials in a truck.


Contacts With others Involved in the North Fork Shenandoah Area

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Group Name: Corridor H Alternatives
Contact: Bonni McKeown
Contact Address: Box 463
Wardensville, WEST VIRGINIA 26851
Contact Phone: 304-874-3887
Contact Email: tcoogan@globalcom.net
Activity: Watershed Alliance/Council
Description: Promote transportation systems which preserve and enhance the quality of life, the natural environment,
local business and community cohesion, local history and culture in the Potomac Highlands and Shenandoah Valley of
West Virginia and Virginia.
Data Provided By: River Network
Address: PO Box 8787
Portland, OREGON 97207
Phone: (503) 241-3506
Email: rivernet@igc.apc.org
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Group Name: Eastern Earth
Contact: Chris Kennel
Activity: Volunteer Monitoring
Description: Types of Waterbodies Monitored: rivers Type of Monitoring: biological, physical, site assessment, debris
cleanup
Address: Eastern Earth
c/o Eastern Mennonite High School/801 Parkwood Ave
Harrisonburg, VIRGINIA 22801
Phone: 703-433-9107
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Group Name: Friends of the North Fork Shenandoah River
Contact: Patricia Maier
Activity: Watershed Alliance/Council
Description: Established: 1988 Mission: Dedicated to protecting and enhancing the purity, beauty, and natural flow of the
North Fork Shenandoah, its tributaries, and the basin?s groundwater. Resources/Publications: Periodical newsletter,
brochure Volunteer/Monitoring Activities: Sponsor river clean-ups, yard sale, golf tournament, education presentations
for grades K-12; Also involved in water quality monitoring, a well-testing program, public awareness, tributary strategies, and Earth Day.
Address: P.O. Box 746
Woodstock, VIRGINIA 22664
Phone: (540) 459-8550
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Group Name: Friends of the Shenandoah River
Contact Address: PO Box 410
Front Royal, VIRGINIA 22630
Contact Phone: 540-636-4948
email:  fsr@rma.edu
Web:  http://www.fosr.org/
Activity: Watershed Alliance/Council
Description: To preserve and protect the Shenandoah River and to educate the general public of the importance of the
Shenandoah and other rivers.
Data Provided By: River Network
Address: PO Box 8787
Portland, OREGON 97207
Phone: (503) 241-3506
Email:  rivernet@igc.apc.org
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Group Name: Lost River Committee
Contact: Elizabeth Webster
Contact Address: Route 1 Box 65A1
Mathias, WEST VIRGINIA 26812
Contact Phone: 304-897-5948
Activity: Watershed Alliance/Council
Description:
Data Provided By: River Network
Address: PO Box 8787
Portland, OREGON 97207
Phone: (503) 241-3506
Email: rivernet@igc.apc.org
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Group Name: Pine Cabin Run Ecological Laboratory
Contact: Nancy Ailes or Neil Gillies
Activity: Youth Education Project/Program
Description: Mission: To use science and education to help concerned citizens protect and restore Appalachian Rivers. Resources/Publications:
Quarterly newsletter, "Cacapon;" Portrait of A River: Ecological Baseline of the Cacapon River,

1993 ($5.00) Volunteer/Monitoring Activities: Rigorous ecological monitoring throughout the Cacapon watershed.
Address: Rt. 1, Box 328
High View, VIRGINIA 26808
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Group Name: Shenandoah Valley Pure Water 2000 Forum
Contact: Kathryn Phillips
Contact Address: 701 Carrier Drive/MSC 4102
Harrisonburg, VIRGINIA 22807
Contact Phone: (540) 568-8793
Contact Email: phillikb
URL: http://www.cisat.jmu.edu/projects/forum/forum.htm
Activity: Watershed Alliance/Council
Description: The Forum is an umbrella group (non-profit) linking business, industry, agriculture, educators, local and
state governments, and citizen groups. Our mission statement is to "promote water pollution prevention, prioritize and
address water quality issues, and enhance environmental education in our schools and communities throughout the
Shenandoah Valley watershed."
Address: 701 Carrier Drive/MSC 4102
Harrisonburg, VIRGINIA 22807
Phone: (540) 568-8793
Email: phillikb@jmu.edu


 


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