Wild & Scenic Film Festival - SAVE THE DATE!

03/28/2018 7:00 pm
03/28/2018 10:00 pm
10th Annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival - An Evening Not to Be Missed!

Wednesday, March 28th
Maynard's Fine Arts Theatre Place

Read about last year's film festival.

Stormwater Management

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Polluted stormwater runoff is a leading cause of impairment to the nearly 40 percent of surveyed U.S. water bodies that do not meet water quality standards. When rainwater falls on impervious (impermeable) surfaces - rooftops, roads, parking lots, compacted ground - it runs off rapidly into storm drains, sewer lines, or directly into our streams and ponds. The problem with treating stormwater like trash is two-fold. First, stormwater running over roads, parking lots, and construction sites collects and carries with it various pollutants.

OARS Joins River Groups to Sue EPA

OARS has joined nine other river groups in filing a lawsuit to overturn the federal Environmental Protection Agency’s one-year delay in implementing new water pollution requirements in the Commonwealth.

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