Blue Ridge Watershed Coalition


Welcome to the Blue Ridge Mountain Communities Area Watershed Plan website.

Stakeholders of "the Mountain" within Jefferson County formed a 501.C.3, not for profit organization called the Blue Ridge Watershed Coalition.  This group was formed to preserve the watershed of the West Virginia Blue Ridge mountains. Current members of the Coalition are interested in inviting new members to join their group.

This page is maintained by The Blue Ridge Watershed Coalition.



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October 17th, 2014

Come on out and preserve Moulton Park tomorrow. This event starts at 10am. See you there. http://t.co/WepEZLvqLB


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October 17th, 2014

Come on out tomorrow and preserve this beautiful Jefferson County park. We start at 10am.




October 14th, 2014

The BRWC, will sponsor a tree planting/tree adoption at Moulton Park on Oct 18, 2014 at 10 a.m. This event is free. http://t.co/FQfLfp6SYw


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October 13th, 2014





October 9th, 2014

The Blue Ridge Watershed Coalition, in cooperation with Jefferson County Parks and Recreation and Cacapon Institute, will sponsor a tree planting/tree adoption at Moulton Park on October 18, 2014 at 10 a.m. This event is free to the public.

The purpose of this planting is to add much-needed foliage to the shoreline of Moulton Park to protect its bank from eroding into the Shenandoah River. We intend to plant 100 trees at this event.

Participants who plant trees will receive certificates with their picture, name, GPS position of tree, type of tree planted and hours worked to commemorate their experience. One can use their certificate to track the future growth of their planted trees. (Sample certificate is attached.) All volunteers are asked to bring a shovel or other gardening tools to this planting. Come on out and do your part to help conserve a beautiful Jefferson county park for future fishing, boating, camping and other enjoyment.

Directions to Moulton Park can be found on the park’s website http://www.jcprc.org/moulton-park.html. Please contact the Blueridgewatershed@gmail.com or go to www.brwc.org if you have any addition questions concerning this project.