on Saturday, September 30th. The statewide watershed focused event will run from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. and include presentations and updates on various water topics, including stream restoration, water trails, water monitoring, legislative updates, and more. Time for networking, sharing watershed group updates, and an award ceremony will also be included. For folks arriving Friday evening, join us at the Laurel Lounge for a Watershed Junction from 7:00 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. The deadline to register for the event and to apply for a travel scholarship is
Registration is required for the event. To register complete the field in this form and hit submit. A copy will be emailed to you.
TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE: CLOSED as of 8/22/2023
Through support from the WVDEP's Nonpoint Source Program and the West Virginia Conservation Districts, the WVWN is able to offer watershed groups the opportunity to apply for a travel scholarship. The maximum amount for each travel scholarship is $200 per watershed group (not per watershed group member). Complete the fields in this form to submit an application for your watershed group to receive a travel scholarship, which can be used for gas, lodging, or other travel expenses. After you submit the application, a WVWN committee member will notify you if your application was approved on Friday, September 1, 2023. If approved, watershed group members will sign an invoice and then a check will be mailed to your group after you attend the event.
Lodging can be reserved by calling the front desk at 304-866-4121, then select option 1 and refer to the Group Code (1035H1). Rooms are $129 per night. You can also book online by clicking on the link, entering your dates of stay and group code. Booking link: https://www.canaanresort.com/book-now?pid=25116
If you have any questions, please reach out to your Basin Coordinator.
We look forward to seeing you at the event!