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Lower New River State of the Watershed Report

The final report was released on July 27, 2011. Read the report, executive summary, and more about the Alliance >



Our Work in West Virginia

National Parks in West Virginia are under relentless pressure from threats ranging from inappropriate development, non-native and aggressive plants and animals, air and water pollution sometimes originating hundreds of miles away, critical and chronic funding shortfalls, and the impacts of climate change. With your involvement, NPCA works in the Mid-Atlantic region to ensure that our national parks are fully protected, fully funded, and cherished as local treasures as well as national jewels.

 

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