Watershed Watch is a statewide citizens monitoring effort to improve and protect water quality by raising community awareness, and by supporting implementation of the goals of the Clean Water Act and other water quality initiatives.
In 2018, we partnered with the Kentucky Water Resources Research Institute and the Kentucky Geological Survey to evaluate different field kits for their effectiveness in monitoring for nutrients. Our results can be found here.
Check out what we have done over the past year in our 2018 WWKY Annual Report!
We are thankful to the Virginia Environmental Endowment for a $17,850 grant that supported our organization in 2018! Check out how these funds were used in our VEE 17 102 final report.
Watershed Watch volunteers improve their watersheds!
See our Basin Success Stories to learn more.
Watershed Watch has an organization in your part of Kentucky
This is the home page of Watershed Watch in Kentucky or WWKY, which is the statewide coordinating organization. For more local information, connect with Big Sandy Watershed Watch (BSWW), Four Rivers (FRWW), Kentucky River (KRWW), Licking River (LRWW), Salt River (SRWW), Tradewater/lower Green (TLGWW), Upper Cumberland (UCWW), or Upper Green (GRWW).