The Shenandoah Valley has many rivers and many people and organizations dedicated to river health.
Friends of the North Fork, established in 1988, is focused on the watershed that runs along the I-81 and I-66 corridor from Harrisonburg to Front Royal. Explore our website to learn more about our organization and our efforts to keep the North Fork of the Shenandoah River clean, healthy, and beautiful.
Shenandoah Riverkeeper works throughout the Shenandoah Basin from Augusta County to Harpers Ferry. As part of the Potomac Riverkeeper Network, this group takes a strong stance in river protection against threats both immediate–like pipeline construction–and long-term, such as poorly managed farms.
Friends of the Shenandoah River, founded in 1989, supports a variety of scientific research on water quality throughout the Shenandoah River Basin. Their regular
Friends of the Middle River works upstream in Augusta County on a tributary of the South Fork
Shenandoah Valley Pure Water Forum