West Virginia's Non-point Source Program Releases 2018 Annual Report


In 2018, West Virginia’s Non-point Source Program and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency provided technical support and funding to a wide variety of partner organizations that included watershed groups, state agencies and other non-governmental organizations. Together, these partners reduced 236,594 pounds of metals, acidity, nutrients and sediment pollutants, and more than 8-billion fecal coliform bacteria from 44 different watersheds. To learn more, read the NPS Program’s latest annual report at:

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Casey Korbini