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The Future of Our Rivers.  Here's your chance to look into a crystal ball and tell us what you think the future holds for West Virginia's rivers and other water resources.  Please be as candid and verbose as you wish.  We need to know your name and e-mail address so we can verify it was actually you answering these questions.

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What state do you live in?:

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In which county do you own property?:

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How would you compare the water resources in the West Virginia Potomac Highlands to other areas you’ve been?


How important are our water resources to this area?


What do you see as the biggest changes to the landscape of the WV Potomac Highlands over the next 20 years?


If that is what the area is going to look like in 20 years, then how will those changes affect our water resources (rivers, streams, groundwater)? 


Is there anything we can or should do to protect our water resources?


Finally, are you optimistic or pessimistic about the future of our water resources?


Is there anything else you want to say ?


Now that you've told us what you think, you might want to learn how others answered the same (or similar) questions.  Click here to find out.

 

Cacapon Institute - From the Cacapon to the Potomac to the Chesapeake Bay, we protect rivers and watersheds using science and education.

Cacapon Institute
PO Box 68
High View, WV 26808
304-856-1385 (tele)
304-856-1386 (fax)
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Frank Rodgers,  Executive Director

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