The Downstream Project

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

Tip of the Mitt

Increasing Water Data Transparency in Northern Michigan

This collaborative data visualization project transforms water quality insights for the Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council and its service area. The Downstream Project collaborated with DC-based nonprofit The Commons and the Watershed Council to create visual stories of nearly 40 years of water quality data. See our detailed post about the project. Learn more...
South River Watershed

South River Watershed Coalition Website

Although it had a rocky time throughout the 20th century, the South River watershed has become a cherished resource for recreation, wildlife, and local pride. The South River Watershed Coalition is leading the way. Learn more...
Cacapon & Lost Rivers Land Trust

Cacapon & Lost Rivers Land Trust Website

In 2023-24, Downstream assisted CLRLT in a complete website redesign and a new event management system with integrated LGL forms. Learn more...

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Water Watch Logo

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