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NEWS AND EVENTS

PROMOTING HEALTHY
NORTHERN SHENANDOAH VALLEY
WATERSHEDS

In cooperation with other Chesapeake Bay watershed Planning District Commissions, communities and stakeholders, the NSVRC is working with the Department of Environmental Quality to further the efforts of the Cheseapeake Bay Program, in reducing the pollution entering and impairing the Chesapeake Bay.

Visit the NSVRC's Watershed Implementation Planning edcuation page at http://nsvregion.org/watershed-implementation.html.

Regional Planning Area Map

NSVRC COVID-19 RECOVERY DASHBOARD

NSVRC has compiled a list of GIS data layers that showcase effects and vulnerabilities due to Covid-19 across the Northern Shenandoah Valley Region.  These layers are presented in a GIS Web Application.  

CLICK HERE to access the NSVRC Covid-19 Recvery Dashboard.

SPOTTED LANTERNFLY INFORMATION

Believed to be native to China, the Spotted Lanternfly was first discovered in the U.S. in Berks County, Pennsylvania, in 2014.

A 2018 investigation by the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (VDACS), determined the pest had established itself in Winchester and surrounding areas of Frederick County.

Click here for more information regarding the insect and the quarantine.