Downstream worked with Sleepy Creek Watershed Association to integrate a Water Watch program within the watershed. This integration now comprises an E. coli and Fecal Coliform Bacteria Monitoring Study using WaterReporter as well as a FieldDoc integration that provides an up-to-date view of programmatic investments and the expected pollution reduction impact and progress towards their pollution reduction goals.
WaterReporter: Cacapon Institute (CI) under contract with the WV Conservation Agency and subject to review by the 319 project team, monitored Sleepy Creek and certain tributaries for fecal coliform bacteria.
FieldDoc: The Edmisten Road Project was designed to improve water quality in the creek by addressing a highly eroding streambank along approximately 800 feet downstream of the bridge at Spriggs Road, south of Berkeley Springs, West Virginia.
View Project Maps, Photos, and more project details on the Sleepy Creek Watershed Association Website.