ICWA 2016 Successes

Our 2016 summary celebrates our successes

Years ago, a Monroe County gal reminded us that “water is life.” In 2016, ICWA’s 20th year, we heard that cry echo in many languages—from the Lakota nation, “Mni Wiconi,” to Puno Peru on the shore of Lake Titicaca, “El agua es vida.” We are all connected by our water.

As our media show us the misery of people who don’t have ready access to clean water, we in Monroe County know how lucky we are to have an abundance of pure water that flows freely from the ground. Unlike more unfortunate families all over the world, our only responsibility is to preserve and protect it. Indian Creek Watershed Association (ICWA) and its members take that responsibility seriously.

In 2016 ICWA worked with local landowners and forged new partnerships with organizations in West Virginia and bordering counties in Virginia. We hope you are as excited as we are about our 2016 projects. You can view them by clicking the link below.

Print 2016 ICWA summary



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