This is Part Two of a two Part Training to become a James River Association RiverRat! Part 1 will take place February 10. Please register for both events. If you are unable to make Part 1 please watch the recording before Part 2.
The James River Association (JRA) launched the RiverRats program in 2011, designed to encourage volunteers to patrol the James and its tributaries and take action to protect their watershed. From local creeks to the Lower James, RiverRats document the sources and effects of pollution, while reporting natural patterns in river hydrology and ecology. RiverRats are proactive in protecting their river, and look for ways to benefit the James and their communities by participating holistically in JRA’s programs. By keeping watch over our waterways and inspiring their neighbors to choose clean water, RiverRats play a vital role in protecting America’s Founding River.
Thanks for your interest in becoming a RiverRat.