In 1997, a group of concerned citizens held a meeting to address the effects of proposed power lines, which would have impacted an undeveloped portion of the Meadow River.…
We are a citizen’s coalition working within the community to promote responsible economic development and sustainable environmental management. As a watershed organization, with over 16 years of experience, we have seen the landscapes of our region change, the fabric of our community evolve, and with it, the passing of stewardship towards our local resources.
Moving forward, PAN will continue to assess the composition of our local water resources, work collaboratively with local stakeholders and strategically execute projects critical to the health of the Lower New River. The Plateau Action Network will continue to remain durable, as long as people are concerned about the preservation of their water resources – “We are advocates for healthy watersheds.”
To learn more about who we are and what we do please visit our history page.
Over $1.86 million awarded.
We’ve worked hard this year to acquire the grants needed to improve water quality and quality of life in the Wolf Creek watershed. It’s paid off. $167, 029 has been awarded to the Plateau Action Network in 2013 and it’s helping us complete critical projects in our watershed. You can see funding details in our 2013 Grant Report or read out about the projects we’ve undertaken this year.