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Air and Water Quality in the Shenandoah National Park - How It Affects Rappahannock County and Why We Care
A Workshop Held April 12, 2003



Registration, coffee, exhibits
Spend a few minutes meeting neighbors and learning from the posters, maps, and exhibits. Pick up your own copy of Major Streams Map.


Janet S. Davis, Moderator
Shelly May, Rappahannock Watershed Field Coordinator, Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation


Rappahannock Citizens' Panel: What Rappahannock Streams Mean to Me
Charles "Pete" Estes, Chairman, Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors
Rachel Bynum, Waterpenny Community Supported Agriculture in Sperryville
Beth Gall, Science Teacher, Rappahannock County High School
Paul Kearney, Thornton River Fly Shop

Audience questions and discussion


Air and Water Quality in Shenandoah National Park
Shane Spitzer, Physical Scientist, Shenandoah National Park. Over the past ten years, Shane has monitored air and water quality in the Park.


Thornton River Water Monitoring Demonstration (weather permitting)
Shane Spitzer, Janet Davis, and Beth Gall will work with small groups demonstrating a variety of water monitoring devices and methods at the River just outside the meeting room.


Wrap-up Discussion

Partners and Sponsors

Rappahannock League for Environmental Protection, Shenandoah National Park, Piedmont Environmental Council, Madison County Task Force for Sustainable Growth, Sperryville Gateway Project, Virginia Department of Conservation & Recreation, Piedmont Research Institute


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