Empowering a Local Movement for Clean Water
We believe the foundation of healthy, sustainable, and connected communities starts with clean water.
Potomac Conservancy is the region’s leading clean water advocate, fighting to ensure the Potomac River boasts clean drinking water, healthy lands, and connected communities. We combine the grassroots power of 21,000 members and online activists with local land conservation and policy initiatives to strengthen the Voice of the Nation’s River.
We seek to improve the Potomac River’s water quality by building an impassioned base of river advocates to impart change at the local level. Founded in 1993, we drive the region’s clean water movement by providing the tools that empower local landowners, activists, volunteers, partners, donors and all river champions to lead the charge for clean drinking water, healthy lands and safe access to the river.
National Trails Day Potomac River Cleanup (Volunteer Opportunity)
Potomac River Cleanup Day: Multiple Locations (Volunteer Opportunity)
Potomac River Cleanup at Theodore Roosevelt Island (Volunteer Opportunity)