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Workday on the Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail
Join us on National Trails Day to continue work on the Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail along Powells Creek. We will be trimming a section of trail near the Port Potomac and Powells Landing communities. Bring loppers and pruning saws … Continue reading
PWTSC Board of Directors Meeting
Regular monthly meeting of the PWTSC Board of Directors; all are welcome to attend to find out what we’re planning and how you can get more involved! Meetings are held at George Mason University, Manassas Campus, Occoquan Building, room 110L. … Continue reading
Welcome to Prince William Trails & Streams Coalition (PWTSC), an active non-profit organization located within Virginia’s Prince William County. Our members are dedicated to establishing and promoting a county wide system of trails and blueways that connect parks with our communities. PWTSC has 501(c)(3) status and can accept your tax deductible donations and contributions.
Lake Ridge Board says no to trail agreement, but will reach out to community on trail plans
Lake Ridge residents will have another opportunity to express their support for trails in Lake Ridge in the upcoming months. The Lake Ridge Parks and Recreation Association (LRPRA) board met on Monday, April 29, and passed a motion to discontinue discussion with the County on a trail agreement in which the PW County Parks & Rec Department would develop a walking trail on Lake Ridge association common area.
13 April Occoquan River Clean-up Results
The Prince William Trails and Streams Coalition successfully coordinated and conducted a multi-prong clean-up event from 9 different sites along more than 24 miles of the Occoquan River.
Experienced Canoeist/Kayaker/Jon Boat Volunteers Needed!
4th ANNUAL OCCOQUAN RIVER CLEANUP – If you have a canoe, kayak, or jon boat, join us on Saturday, April 13, 2013, to help remove trash from the Upper Occoquan River. We anticipate accessing the river and reservoir at multiple sites again this year (see locations on the map). More information is available on our flyer. Please register here.
MARUMSCO CREEK CLEANUP – Please join us for a clean up at Marumsco Creek in Veteran’s Park on Saturday, March 16, 2013 from 9-12. Meet at the large pavilion across from the Community Center in Veteran’s Park. Be prepared to … Continue reading