Drinking Water Resolutions

Drinking Water Resolutions

Through mid-March of 2010, the 40 organizations listed below (alphabetically) have adopted resolutions calling on the U.S. Forest Service to improve management and protection of public drinking water resources in the George Washington National Forest. The resolutions have been submitted by each organization as comments on the Forest Plan for the GWNF. Some of the resolutions are viewable.

Click here to read more about The State of Our Water, the study and report that documented drinking water resources in the GWNF, and provided the information used in the resolutions.

Click here to see Wild Virginia’s comments on the Forest Plan on other management issues.


Amherst County Board of Supersivors
Amherst County Service Authority
Amherst Town Council
Augusta County Board of Supervisors
Bedford County Board of Supervisors
Bedford County Public Service Authority
Campbell County Board of Supervisors
Campbell County Utilities and Service Authority
Central Shenandoah Planning District Commission
Central Virginia Land Conservancy
Clarke County Board of Supervisors
Dayton Town Council
Friends of the North Fork Shenandoah River
Friends of the Shenandoah River
Harrisonburg City Council
Lynchburg City Council
Middletown Town Council
Page County Board of Supervisors
Page County Water Quality Committee
Potomac Conservancy
Preserve Frederick
Pure Water Forum
Region 2000 Local Government Council
Robert E. Lee Soil & Water Conservation District
Rockingham Community Alliance for Preservation (CAP)
Rockingham County Board of Supervisors
Scenic 340 Project
Shenandoah County Board of Supervisors
Shenandoah Forum
Shenandoah Riverkeeper
Shenandoah Valley Network
Shenandoah Valley Soil & Water Conservation District
Staunton City Council
Timberville Town Council
Trout Unlimited – Virginia Council
Valley Conservation Council
Virginia Conservation Network
Virginia Native Plant Society
Virginia Wilderness Committee
Warren County Board of Supervisors