Warm Springs Watershed Association

Warm Springs Watershed Association

  Morgan County,  Berkeley Springs,  West Virginia      

Current Agreements

March 2015 - Memo of Understanding between WV Rivers Coalition and WSWA

This program is intended to develop strategies to engage and build interest and leadership among youth to become stewards of Warm Springs Run and the BAY watershed.

March 2015    A Cooperative Agreement between EPCD and WSWA

The purpose of this Agreement is to create a project framework between WSWA and EPCD in developing, promoting, and offering services to interested businesses and organizations in the Warm Springs Run (WSR) watershed that improve environmental conditions and improve water quality in WSR.

Feb 2015 - Stream Partners Application

This describes the intended work at Greenway Cemetary in the Town of Bath to reduce run and impact on the Warm Springs Run

Stream Assessments

A very fine report by our association about the Run (authors Lehman, MacLeod, O-Malley, Oaks and Kevin Wurster), supported by the Museum of the Bekerley Springs, WV DNR, Potomac Headwaters RC&D and WV Div of Forestry -

(52p 6MB)

Watershed Assessment (2010)

The Warm Springs Run Stream Corridor Assessment was completed by Kieran O'Malley under the guidance of the Purple Loosestrife Task Force of Morgan County. Funding for the assessment was provided through a National Fish and Wildlife Foundation grant. Rebecca MacLeod, Potomac Headwaters RC&D, Editor (24p 2MB)

Stream Corridor Assessment (2007)

Comprehensive Plan 2012

In 2011 the Warm Springs Watershed Association received a Chesapeake Bay Regulatory and Accountability Program (CBRAP) grant to create a comprehensive watershed management plan. WSWA hired Robert Denton, a certified geologist employed by GeoConcepts, to research and write the plan.

The Comprehensive Watershed Management Plan (Comp Plan) gives a detailed description of the watershed, lists probable sources of impairment to the Run, proposes projects to address these issues, and recommends the order in which projects should be executed. The Comprehensive Plan was completed in June of 2012.

This document is very large (18MB), may take a long time to download, and may contain more information than you need. Thus, we have included links to the items listed below as well as the full document.

PDF Sections

Cover and Table of Contents

Introduction and Description

Sources of Impairment

Best Management Practices Proposed

Assistance Needed

Information and Education

Schedule for Implementation


References and Acknowledgment

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