Building Your Own Stream Monitoring Remote Sensor

Virginia Working Landscapes and The Downstream Project hosted a do-it-yourself environmental sensor workshop funded by the U.S. EPA, April 4–5 along the Shenandoah River in Clarke County, Va. Participants learned to build and use the open-source, Arduino-based real-time environmental monitoring systems, which offer individuals, communities, and organizations a low-cost alternative for monitoring water quality, quantity, […]

American Conservation Film Festival selects “Shenandoah, Voices of the River”

The Film Selection Committee of the American Conservation Film Festival (ACFF) informed us this week that “Shenandoah: Voices of the River” has been selected for screening at this year’s festival, scheduled for November 5-8, 2009, in historic Shepherdstown, West Virginia!

The Downstream Project proudly presents Shenandoah: Voices of the River

The Downstream Project proudly presents Shenandoah: Voices of the River. Nearly two years in the making, this 52-minute documentary film examines the history, ecology, and beauty of this treasured natural resource—and the potentially devastating impacts on its future. With TDP founder George Ohrstrom as Executive Producer, and just one of a raft of “voices” to […]