James River Basin Partnership
Since our inception in 1997, the James River Basin Partnership (JRBP) has worked to preserve and protect water quality within the James River watershed.
The James River watershed consists of nearly one million acres of land in portions of eight counties, and includes a network of beautiful waterways and unique karst features such as sinkholes, springs, and gaining and losing streams.
Through grants, support from local communities, fundraising, and the generous giving of our individual and business members, the staff, board of directors, and volunteers at JRBP work tirelessly to implement projects and best management practices aimed at improving local water quality. We strive to grow our community of water quality advocates by providing hands-on opportunities for individuals, families, groups, and businesses to learn about and connect with our local waterways.
Join us by visiting www.JamesRiverBasin.com. We'll see you on the river!