Cacapon Institute is Hiring

Education Specialist to deliver hands-on Meaningful Watershed Educational Experiences to K-12 students across the Potomac River Basin.

BMP Specialist to advance conservation best management practices for river and watershed protection in WV.

$25-30K based on experience.  College degree, good driving record, background check required.

Funding provided by: U.S. EPA, WV DEP, USDA Forest Service, NOAA, Chesapeake Bay Office

Open till filled.  Equal Opportunity Employer


Stream Scholars Summer Camp 2017

2017 will be our 15th year.  From July 17 to 21, campers will explore rivers in the Potomac Headwaters, travel across the watershed to Point Lookout State Park, MD, and spend two nights camping and discovering the Chesapeake Bay.  If you register before April 1st you get a discount on your registration. 

Dowload a brochure with all the details.  For more information, please email us.    When you are ready, register here


It's that time of year again, when CI works with students and adults throughout the region planting trees, installing rain gardens, making a difference. 




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

Cacapon Institute
#10 Rock Ford Road
Great Cacapon, WV 25422
304-258-8013 (tele)

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Frank Rodgers,  Executive Director

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