MISSION

Our mission is to preserve and protect Monroe County’s abundant, pure water.


PROJECTS

Understanding Karst

Understanding Karst

Uniquely vulnerable. Sinkholes, caves, and disappearing streams! Monroe County’s karst terrain creates a unique landscape. It also makes our water resources uniquely vulnerable …
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Reducing Septic System Pollution

Reducing Septic System Pollution

WVCA cost-share program. Failing septic systems are one of the factors that have downgraded Indian Creek’s former fishing stream health. This WV Conservation Agency program …
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Monroe County Water Resources

Monroe County Water Resources

Partnering with WVU, the USGS and others, ICWA supports field-based studies that are building a better understanding of Monroe County’s water resources and vulnerabilities. County-wide …
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Mountain Valley Pipeline

Mountain Valley Pipeline

Long-haul fight for a healthy future. This 42-inch natural gas “mega-pipeline” project carves a 200-mile scar across rugged terrain in West Virginia, clear-cutting and trenching …
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Industrial Turkey Farms

Industrial Turkey Farms

Shedding light on mystery barns. A growing number of industrial turkey operations have been built on vulnerable karst in Monroe County. Who’s watching out for …
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ICWA: Interactive Environmental Map

ICWA Interactive Environmental Map

Try out this free interactive tool. ICWA’s online environmental map helps identify and assess risks to Monroe County’s water. This map – available online to …
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ABOUT US

Indian Creek Watershed Association (ICWA) has been an active watershed organization since 1996. Our focus and mission is “The preservation and protection of Monroe County’s abundant, pure water.” Our members come from all walks of life including the public and private sectors, self-employed and retired individuals, outdoor enthusiasts, old time families and newcomers, farmers, homemakers, school employees, social workers and historians. We are fortunate to have a strong core of individuals who are extremely interested in how the quality of our waters impacts the well being of area citizens and we continue to seek out ways to expand our membership. Read more >>

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Suggested ICWA membership donation is $10 for individuals and $15 for families.

ICWA is a 501c3 non-profit organization. Contributions are tax-deductible.

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