Why get involved in volunteer monitoring?
WV Save Our Streams offers volunteer groups, academia, scouts, 4-H and many others the perfect opportunity for a
hands-on science-based field experience. The program provides the knowledge and tools to better understand our
waters, and encourages protection and restoration. Click here to learn more about the program’s goals and
Timothy Craddock, Environmental Resources Specialist Supervisor
West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection
Division of Water and Waste Management
601 57th St. SE
Charleston, WV 25304
Phone: (304) 926-0499 x43868
"When one tugs at a single thing in nature, he finds it attached to the rest of the world." - John Muir
WV Save Our Streams wants to share your stream stories with others. E-mail your stories and pictures to the Program
Coordinator. These will be posted to the site and used to inspire and encourage other volunteer monitoring groups.
Click here to learn more
about scheduling a workshop for your group.