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May 10 - Ariel Trahan, Director of River Restoration at the Anacostia Watershed Society, was honored with the "Unsung Hero" award by the Prince George's County Public Schools Environmental Literacy Steering Committee.…
With the governement shutdown in full effect, the Anacostia Watershed Society was eager to hop in and ensure that the federal lands that surround the Anacostia River are still maintained. …
Washington DC, October 23, 2018 – The Anacostia Watershed Society and REI, joined by Friends of the National Arboretum, today christened a new dock that will provide more consistent and…
Thank you so much to Molette Green of NBC4 for joining us to report on the Year of the Anacostia! Our Director of River Restoration, Ariel Trahan, gave a sunrise…
We are so grateful to be featured in April's Ranger Rick magazine!  Share with your kids this wonderful article about our Shad restoration program, where we have released more than…
The Bay Journal interviewed two Anacostia Watershed Society Presidents: Jim Foster (current) and Robert Boone (founder) for their article about the DC Waters Clean Rivers Anacostia Tunnel. From the article:…
(Kingman Island, DC – January 12, 2018) – More than 25 years after Anacostia Watershed Society fought to prevent commercial development of Kingman Island, Mayor Muriel Bowser today announced a…
Washington DC, September 25, 2017 – On Monday October 2nd, the Anacostia Watershed Society will recognize five extraordinary individuals who have led efforts to restore the Anacostia River. The 2017…
We can't wait for a banner year for the Anacostia River, and we are delighted to see local jurisdictions helping to make it even better! Prince George's County Council passed…

Winter 2017 Newsletter

The Voice of the River is the Anacostia Watershed Society print newsletter, and is a benefit to all members at the $35 level and higher. To get your own copy…
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