One River, One Community, One Shared Commitment.
Founded in 1988, our mission is to keep the North Fork of the Shenandoah River clean, healthy, and beautiful through advocacy, community action, education and science. Friends serves as the “community support organization” for Seven Bends State Park and assists other public lands sites with programs and projects throughout our watershed.
- Seven Bends Lecture Series—Down By the Riverside: Burial Practices of the Enslaved by Sarah Kohrs – Zoom
- Seven Bends Lecture Series—A Geological Odyssey Through Deep Time by Russell Kohrs – Zoom
- Seven Bends Lecture Series—Connections between Riparian Buffer Zones, Water Quality and Fish Habitat by Paul Bugas and Matthew Wolanski – Zoom
Down By the Riverside: Burial Practices of the Enslaved by Sarah Kohrs When? February 7, 2021 at 3:00 pm – 4:00…
The Woodstock Lions Club, represented by Hal Ladehoff (President), Timothy Funk (Secretary), and Margaret Hill (Third Vice-President), presented a $6,000…
Do you own land with frontage on a creek, stream, or river in the Shenandoah Valley? You may be eligible…
Putting Our Best Foot Forward: First Day Hike at Seven Bends State Park A First Day Hike at Seven Bends…
River News From Across The State
See updates from a variety of our partners working around the Valley and beyond.
- 7 tricks for talking about the climate crisis...so that people will listen
- An extensive list of genuinely useful tips for getting outside in winter
- Potomac Conservancy statement in defense of free and fair elections
- Potomac Conservancy and partners protect 755 acres in West Virginia
- 4 ways Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. left his mark on the environmental movement
- Study finds the Potomac is getting saltier, threatening drinking water and wildlife
- Surprising ways 5 local critters survive the cold
- Only with your support