JRBP-mapThe James River Basin Partnership (JRBP) is a grassroots, not-for-profit, 501(c)3 organization working to improve and protect the water quality of the springs, streams, rivers, and lakes in the James River Watershed which consists of almost a million acres of land in portions of 7 counties.

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From the Directors Desk-2014 Water Warriors Named

2014 Water Warriors Named In a belated acknowledgement, two exceptional people, Larry Martin and Bob Korpella, were honored on June 11, 2014 at the Celebration of Clean Water Conference held at the Branson Convention Center in Branson, Missouri. The conference was part of a regional bi-state Water Watch Week sponsored by numerous watershed protection groups…

FROM THE DIRECTOR’S DESK–1-1-1-Earth Month and Clean Water

Order Clean Water for Earth Month The recent pollution event in West Virginia’s Elk River illuminates the critical importance of clean water to the health and economic vitality of our region. The James River and its tributaries compose one of the largest sources of water to Table Rock Lake and a substantial portion of the…

Earth Day Cleanup

Joe Kleiber Memorial Earth Day Clean-up Tuesday April 22, 2014 from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm We hope to see you on Earth Day helping to make our earth a little cleaner. This will be the 8th year that over 50 volunteers grab bags and go on the lake, river or shoreline to pick up…

Artists begin creating their storm drain messages

Where do our storm drains lead? Most of you reading this newsletter probably already know but there are many in our community that do not. Every time we hold Storm Drain Reveal and the artists paint the storm drains, the message spreads a little further. The painting has begun on this year’s storm drains and…

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What's new on the website

2013 JRBP Project Summary Very cool rain garden learning tool. Highly interactive, informative and worth a look! This can permenantly be found on our rain garden page. Added: Searchable EPA Enforcement & Compliance Map See the searchable Sinkhole Map under "Other Helpful Links" See our 'Recreation on the James River and its Tributaries' links

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