World Rivers Day Prayer
World Rivers Day Spoken word
Asa Wright Nature Centre
Balmain Presbyterian School
Dorcas Women’s Group
Habitat for Humanity
Phoenix Park Gas Processors
Social Justice Foundation
The University of the West Indies
Rural Intakes and Springs
Tree planting and Reforestation
Clean Up Excercises
Rain Water Harvesters
School Participation and Competition
10 Reasons to join
Guanapo Water Warriors Results
Water Quality Monitoring
Choose a river.
Identify the issues in the river.
Choose your projects or create one from within the following headings:
Education – schools visits, lectures, outreach programmes, television and radio advertisements, websites, employee initiatives
Reforestation and rehabilitation exercises
Water monitoring programmes – community or school-based monitoring.
School participation and competition – tree planting exercises, school water conservation competitions, water camps
Community-based projects – Community-based clean-up projects and groups, community based water quality monitoring and Best Kept Competitions
Meet with the Adopt A River Secretariat – Water Resources Agency.
Register with the Adopt A River programme.
Sign the Adopt A River contract.
Identify stakeholders – from the area and from government or other sectors. This will be through the Adopt A River Secretariat.
Hold community meeting to discuss project.
Prepare full project proposal.
Submit to the Adopt A River Committee for ratification.
Perform appraisal and submission of final report.