Today the DC area was hit by around 3.4" of rain within one hour, causing widespread flooding and inundation of many of the areas roads and public areas. One direct way that this rain can affect our rivers is by overloading our sewage systems and...

Watch our video of the ribbon cutting here: https://youtu.be/2Y30Atz58Rs And read the official press release below!   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 31, 2018 Contact: Prince George’s County Department of the Environment: Linda Lowe, 301-883-5952, LMLowe@co.pg.md.us Anacostia Riverkeeper: Suzanne Kelly, 240-605-7077, suzykelly@anacostiariverkeeper.org Chesapeake Bay Trust: Erin Valentine, 410-974-2941, x 113, evalentine@cbtrust.org   Prince George’s County Partners...

In the wake of the MLB All-Star game festivities, Anacostia Riverkeeper's water quality testing program was featured in a Washington Times article about the quality of water along the Anacostia, our programs, and the publishing of our results on an interactive web based platform called...