Accotink Creek Fairfax VA Riparian Neighborhood Boosters

Accotink Creek at historic Fairfax County, VA (American Civil War “Between The lines 1862-1865), is one of the longest of the 30 creeks in the county now under riparian restoration phase I .
Dance is the hidden language of the soul of the body. Martha Graham

Dance is the hidden language of the soul of the body. Martha Graham

Q : Is their a protocol to outreach Homeowners Association, Tennants Associations  & Commercial Property rOwners Association for "Creek Restoration"  community education & participation on a neighborhood basis ?

Q : Is their a protocol to outreach Homeowners Association, Tennants Associations & Commercial Property rOwners Association for "Creek Restoration" community education & participation on a neighborhood basis ?

In 2003, Fairfax County embarked upon a long-term project to develop comprehensive Watershed Management Plans for each of the county’s watersheds.

In 2003, Fairfax County embarked upon a long-term project to develop comprehensive Watershed Management Plans for each of the county’s watersheds.

Accotink  flows  from Fairfax City/Fairfax Circle at Provident District through the Burke Neigborhood , Mt Vernon District to Ft Belvoir neighborhood before meeting Potomac River.

Accotink flows from Fairfax City/Fairfax Circle at Provident District through the Burke Neigborhood , Mt Vernon District to Ft Belvoir neighborhood before meeting Potomac River.

Acccotink is one of the longest of  30 creeks  in the county that is part of  a recently started  watershed restoration plan now activated in phase I with the engineering reconsctruction phase.

Acccotink is one of the longest of 30 creeks in the county that is part of a recently started watershed restoration plan now activated in phase I with the engineering reconsctruction phase.

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