The May Water Supply Outlook for the Washington metropolitan area is now available, as are updated links to flow graphics and other information. There is an above-normal probability of releases from the Washington metropolitan area’s back-up water supply reservoirs for the 2022 summer and fall seasons. The average rain for the past 12-months was 5.6 inches below normal. The recent rain has helped improve that number.
Join ICPRB for our upcoming Webinar: Spring into Nutrient Management in the Potomac Basin on, May 20, 12-1pm.
Panelists will share information related to on-the-ground nutrient management for urban and landscaping practices, recommendations for homeowners, and innovations in agricultural nutrient management. Presentations will be followed by Q&A with participants.
The webinar is being hosted by the Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin as part of the implementation of the Potomac Basin Comprehensive Water Resources Plan and will feature a panel of speakers from Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation, the Chesapeake Bay Landscape Professional Program, the Frederick News Post Community Garden, and the University of Maryland College Park.
Swimming in the Potomac, avoiding angry wild turkeys, and PFAS in drinking water in the Potomac News Reervoir.
Swimming dolphins, swimming humans, and the political pond in the Potomac News Reservoir.
A record muskie, new bridge, coal ash, and fecal matter in the Potomac News Reservoir.
ICPRB is looking for a results-driven, hands-on, detail-oriented, and responsive Office Manager with strong interpersonal skills who can quickly become a key team player in this nimble organization. Learn more…
A swimmable Potomac with mussels and trout in the Potomac News Reservoir.
Trails, a ferry, and salt in the Potomac News Reservoir.
Submissions due April 22, 2022
The ICPRB is planning the 2022 Potomac River Conference – A Conversation on PFAS: Insights on ‘forever chemicals’ in the Potomac basin on September 22, 2022. The conference will highlight the state of the science, case studies, policy implications, management actions, and funding considerations.
We are seeking presenters to share their expertise in these and other related areas.
Falcons, chickens, cherry blossoms, and more in the Potomac News Reservoir.