The Downstream Project

Protecting watersheds by promoting awareness, alliance, and action
through creative technology and communication.

Respect the Shenandoah Campaign

Downstream partnered with Shenandoah Riverkeeper Mark Frondorf to establish and promote the "Respect the Shenandoah" campaign using Water Reporter monitoring and citizen engagement. Learn more...
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2022: All In With Water Watch

To realize the full potential of our Water Watch program, Downstream is ramping up support for our (mostly volunteer) partner organizations on all fronts: administrative, creative, technical, communications, and funding. Learn more...

Opequon Watershed Video Journal: Illegal Dumping on Specks Run

In August of 2020, construction slurry from a Dominion Energy fiber-optic drilling operation in Haymarket, VA was transported across state lines and dumped illegally on several sites in southern Berkeley County, WV. Learn more...

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Water Watch is a citizen engagement program designed by the Downstream Project to connect watershed groups with members, activate volunteers, quantify stream restoration outcomes, and alert the public about stream contamination. Learn More about Water Watch

Support the Downstream Project

Donations to Downstream provide the resources we need to help our partners expand their reach through awareness, alliance, and action. Help us help them by making a tax-deductible donation today.

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