How healthy are the streams in Southwest Virginia? The Roundtable encourages citizens to become involved in a stream monitoring program that teaches how to catch the tiny bugs, known as macroinvertebrates that are an indicator of stream health. To find out about the next training session, check our calendar of events. (Image credit: Carol Doss, UTRR.)
Rain barrels are placed under guttering downspouts to conserve and reuse water. Interested in attending one of our workshops? Be sure to check the calendar of events for upcoming dates. Click here to download a brochure with exact directions for making your own rain barrel. (Image credit: Carol Doss, UTRR.)
Regional Stream Cleanup
Help clean our streams through the annual Regional Stream cleanup offered by the Roundtable Sept. 15 through Oct. 30. The event is funded by an annual corporate grant from Tennessee Valley Authority. The Roundtable partners with Keep Southwest Virginia Beautiful, Clean Virginia Waterways and the International Coastal Cleanup on this event.