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Potomac Watershed Roundtable

Bringing Together Local Governments and Stakeholders in Virginia's Middle and Lower Potomac River Watershed


About the Roundtable

The Potomac Watershed Roundtable is a regional government-citizen forum whose purpose is to promote collaboration and cooperation on environmental concerns, especially water quality issues, among the various local governments and stakeholder interest groups residing within the Virginia side of the middle and lower Potomac River watershed.

More Information

Download 2-page Fact & Info Sheet


Next Meeting Info

The next meeting of the Roundtable is tentatively planned for:

Friday, January 8, 2016

Click here for details and directions.

Documents from all previous meetings are available in the Meeting Archives.


Virginia Nutrient Credit

Exchange Association

An association of local governments and industries discharging into the Chesapeake Bay watershed working together to achieve water quality goals responsibly and cost-effectively.

Click here to see brochure.


Legislative Issues

See letters sent to 40 Virginia Delegates and Senators who represent the area of the Roundtable in previous years.

Position on Uranium Mining



2014 Program Summary

2014 was a busy year for the Roundtable, with topics ranging from hydraulic fracking to the consolidation of water quality programs at DEQ. Presentations also covered the Potomac aquifer, nutrient exchange, forest systems, and incentive programs for homeowners.
Read the 2014 Program Summary

  Funding for the Roundtable is provided from the Environmental Protection Agency’s Chesapeake Bay Program through the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation, and by the Roundtable’s Member Jurisdictions.