This past Thursday, September 3, StreamSweepers and the AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC) Team in SWVA had a virtual meeting with Virginia’s 9th District Congressman, Morgan Griffith. District 9 encompasses the Southwest tip of Virginia to Martinsville on the East, and North to Clifton Forge, Virginia. After a brief introduction of the history of […]
For the first time in StreamSweepers history, we applied for and were accepted to receive a National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC) team to help us finish our season on the Clinch River in Southwest VA. The team is comprised of ten young people, ages 18-24, from all over the country who are dedicated to making […]
SoilKeepers News Archives
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We are proud to announce that Shepherd Waldenberger has been hired as the Education Manager for our brand new Millrace Academy. The Academy will be our dissemination platform – sharing knowledge from our river, floodplain, soil, and energy programs all in one place. This blog provides information and commentary that may not represent the views […]
2020 Sweeper Crew Hiring is OPEN!
See our indeed post to apply. We’re also still accepting applications for our 2020 On-Water Manager. This blog provides information and commentary that may not represent the views of ACP’s Directors and Advisors
Bryona Ward, a 2019 Clinch River StreamSweeper has been hard at work since the close of our summer season as our first ever River Maintenance Steward. Additional year-end support from TVA allowed us to fund this position for the first time on the Clinch River. Bryona visits – weekly or bi-weekly as weather permits – […]
2020 Clinch Crew Assembling Soon
StreamSweepers will be hiring our 2020 on-water manager and Sweeper crew over the next few months. Check out our Facebook page @ClinchRiverCleanup for up-to-date hiring information or email our Project Manager, Maddie Gordon, at email@example.com. This blog provides information and commentary that may not represent the views of ACP’s Directors and Advisors
A full proposal was submitted in conjunction with University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and Farm to Fly 2.0, to the 2017 Biomass Research and Development Initiative (BRDI) solicitation for hardwood-derived sustainable aviation jet fuel supply chain development in the Central Appalachian Region. The region includes Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia and the proposal seeks to […]
Case Study: Rōnile, Inc.
Private manufacturer turns to neighbors for fuel Rōnile Incorporated, one of the world’s leading supplier of custom dyed accent yarn, is an employee-owned manufacturer with over 100 associates, located in Rocky Mount, Virginia. Situated in a part of Virginia with no access to natural gas, Rōnile historically depended on diesel for generating the large amounts […]
The American Climate Partners is pleased to announce the hiring of two consultants to assist with the energy program. Betty Dixon is a social worker and entrepreneur with over 25 years’ experience providing community based services throughout Virginia and the Mid-Atlantic. After a stint in both the public and private sector, Betty co-founded Virginia’s first state-wide […]