Rappahannock Friends and Lovers of Our Watershed

Ways to Protect Our Watershed

Stop Erosion NOW!
A Workshop Held November 22, 2003


Onlooker learns while excavator Steve Schadler discusses erosion control methods with Greg Wichelns from the Culpeper Soil and Water Conservation District.
RappFLOW participants learn how to control erosion on their private roads from Greg Wichelns, manager of the Culpeper Soil & Water Conservation District. (Photo by Bev Hunter).
RappFLOW participants Robert Wall and Inta Sraders study erosion exhibit prepared by Paul Komar of RLEP. (Photo by Bev Hunter)
Hearthstone school seventh graders and their teacher Jill Keihn study erosion patterns and streamside vegetation on the Thornton River in preparation for their presentation at the RappFLOW erosion event.
Hearthstone school students explain their study of the topography surrounding the Thornton River at the RappFLOW public education forum on erosion. (Photo by Bev Hunter).
Student explains her study of riparian buffers to protect against erosion at the RappFLOW public forum on erosion and sedimentation control. Photo by Bev Hunter.
Digital photos taken from various locations around the county were used in educational exhibits to illustrate various conditions that foster or control erosion and sedimentation.

Stop Erosion Now!
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