The 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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Voting Open until October 19, 2016 for 417 Magazine’s “Best of ’17″ WOW! Because of all of your nominations, James River Basin Partnership has made it to the final round of voting in 2 categories for 417 Magazine’s “Best of ’17″! A big thanks to each and everyone of you who nominated us. But now…
This week, the James River Basin Partnership was featured on KSMU Radio as their non-profit of the week! On air, KSMU announced: “KSMU is pleased to recognize the James River Basin Partnership, improving and protecting the water quality of local springs, streams, rivers, and lakes. Information at jamesriverbasin.com.“ Thanks to the KSMU Radio team for this designation!
Last Thursday, September 22, 2016. the James River Basin Partnership was able to gather with our Board of Directors for our annual retreat. This year’s retreat was held at the immersive Dogwood Canyon thanks to Bass Pro Shops. It was a full day of strategy, conversations, reporting, and fun. Scroll down to see pictures from the Board…
Day 6 & 7: Saturday 9/24/16 & Sunday 9/25/16 #SepticSmartWeek! Down the Drain Doesn’t Disappear Everything that goes down your drain when hooked up to a septic system, has to go somewhere. If the septic tank is properly maintained with routine inspections and pump-outs, the sludge, scum, and liquids within the tank should…
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The JRBP Staff