Rappahannock River downstream of Mott's Run
Students from Christchurch School plant an oyster reef on the Rappahannock
Rt 360 bridge at Tappahannock
Eel pots on the tidal Rappahannock at June Parker Marina
Rappahannock near Lauck's Island in Fredericksburg
Sunset shadows on the Rappahannock near Port Royal
Teachers learn techniques to assess stream health at a FOR workshop
A FOR biofilter (rain garden) construction project underway in Stafford County
FOR volunteer Stacy Churchill tells a tour group about her new rain garden
FOR volunteers remove graffiti on the river rocks in Fredericksburg
Rafting at FOR River Camp 2010
Students find their inner snorkeler at River Camp 2010!
FOR's Fishing After School program helps city kids connect with the natural environment
Students from Walker Grant Middle School carry a coir log to repair an eroding streambank
Students find some wildlife surprises at the Richland Run stream restoration site
Students design their own stream restoration plan as part of FOR's Student Stream Team
Allegheny College students plant trees along a farm stream during an alternative Spring Break
Student Stream Team plants a forested river buffer near the Rocky Pen water intake in Stafford County
Volunteers from Capital One helping construct our rain barrels
If you are planning an overnight trip on the river, remember to watch the weather in the UPPER WATERSHED. Heavy rains in Culpeper, Faquier, Madison, Rappahannock or Orange counties will cause unsafe conditions in the Fredericksburg or Confluence area within 8-14 hours. Use the gage information below, and check the weather forecast frequently. Don't become a statistic...Know BEFORE You Go!
Color-Coded River Gauge
Visible from Fall Hill Ave. in Fredericksburg
If you can't see the GREEN, don't go in !