Project WET: Project WET is an interdisciplinary water education program that provides K–12 teachers and other educators with hands-on classroom activities through training workshops.
Tips for teaching environmental issues
Safe Water for West Virginia: A program of West Virginia Rivers Coalition, Safe Water WV helps connect people with efforts to protect local drinking water supplies.
Chesapeake Bay Foundation: This is a good site for information and resources about how your locality influences the health of the Chesapeake. Details field programs, volunteer activities and fact sheets.
Izzak Walton League/Save Our Streams: Superb opportunity to involve teachers and students in biological monitoring of streams. High interest to students and of great value.
WV Potomac Tributary Strategy Implementation Plan 16 Dec 2005
WV DEP 2006 Integrated Water Quality Monitoring and Assessment Report
Hydrogeology and Water Quality of the Leetown Area, WV, USGS 2008
Fracture Trace Map and Single-well Aquifer Test Results in Carbonate Aquifer in Jefferson County, WV, USGS 2005
Hydrogeologic setting and Ground-water Flow in the Leetown Area, WV, USGS 2008
Synopsis of Karst Investigations Conducted in Jefferson and Berkeley Counties, WV, by USGS 2002
Simulation of Ground-Water Flow in a Fractured-Rock Karst Aquifer, SHenandoah Valley, Leetown, WV, USGS 2008
Berkeley County, WV, Source Water Analysis and Protection Program, 2004
Ground-Water Hydrology of Jefferson County, USGS 1981
Map for above
Ground Water Features of Jefferson and Berkeley Counties, USGS, 1961
Smart Growth for Clean Water, 2003
Estimating Recharge to Heterogeneous Fractured-Rock and Karst Aquifer Systems in the Shenandoah Valley, USGS 2008
Stormwater Management in Karst, a Regional Perspective by Bob Denton, pdf of powerpoint presentation