Captina Creekin' ReportRead Now
Thanks to everyone who came out for a spectacular day at Captina Creekin Festival! The music was sweet, the weather was pitch perfect, and the crowd couldn't be beat. A special thank you to our volunteers who sweated over the grill, directed parking, sold raffle tickets, set up and took down canopies and signs, and so much more. Also to our sponsors: Captina Preserve, Belmont County Tourism, Raven Rocks, and South Central Power. See you next year!
Join us for the third talk of our Captina Science Pub- a series of lectures from scientists and researchers on topics of interest to us all! This talk comes to us from hydrologist Sarah Kreitzer. Sarah travels the country conducting trainings and educational sessions for the U.S. Department of the Interior. She will discuss different methods of underground mining and their impacts to surface and groundwater. Come early (6pm) to buy dinner in the meeting room, or join us at 7pm for the talk. RSVP to: email@example.com
Captina Creekin' October 15Read Now
Join us down on Captine for an afternoon of creekin'! Featuring live bluegrass from HAM (Hip Appalachian Music), hayrides along the creek, food, a silent art auction, educational booths, and so much more! Free admission! Captina Conservancy members admitted at noon, open to the public at 1pm. Bring a chair or blanket to sit and listen to the music.
Thanks to our sponsors: Belmont Tourism Council, Captina Preserve, South Central Power, and Raven Rocks, Inc.
Members make a differenceRead Now
It’s time for our annual membership drive! Not a member? Join the Conservancy today for amazing benefits, including access to our upcoming members-only hike and so much more. Already a member? THANK YOU! Join on our membership page: Join or Renew Membership
$15- Junior Friend/Student
$2,500+- Mission Sustainer/Lifetime
More than preservationRead Now
In addition to our work preserving high quality natural areas, Captina Conservancy also partners with other agencies on restoring streams and wetlands impacted by human activity. Last week we scouted out a restoration site in Cat Run watershed (a tributary to Captina Creek), which will include fencing out livestock and restoring a natural stream channel.