Helping our community

One creek at a time.

Deckers Creek

Meandering and descending through a steep gorge, this beautiful tributary is filled with waterfalls, boulders, and rock slides, making it an attractive destination for kayakers and rock climbers.

Pollutants

Over the years, Deckers Creek has suffered. Acid mine drainage (AMD) from West Virginia's many abandoned coal mines and other pollutants harm the 64 square mile watershed and destroy natural habitats.

What We Do

Friends of Deckers Creek works to clean up the decades of environmental degradation inflicted on our watershed through AMD remediation projects, trash clean-ups, community outreach, and environmental education.

Calling all Mountaineers!

Hey all you Mountaineers! Are you already excited for football season AND looking for a way to support Friends of Deckers Creek? Well look no further!

If you plan on going to the WVU Home Opener against JMU, on August 31st at 2:00PM and need tickets, you can purchase them through this link:
https://www.fevo.com/…/Support-Friends-of-Deckers-Creek-wit…

A portion of every ticket sold through this link will benefit Friends of Deckers Creek! Go Mountaineers!

Restoring Deckers Creek: Legacy of the Richard Mine

Friends of Deckers Creek, partnered with the talented local videographer Raymond Thompson Jr., is proud to present this documentary about the pollutants, remediation, and community of Deckers Creek! Learn about this amazing natural resource inside Monongalia and Preston Counties and the work being done for it.

Friends of Deckers Creek proves that even a small group of thoughtful individuals can make a big difference to our wild and wonderful streams.

Restoring Deckers Creek: Legacy of the Richard Mine

Friends of Deckers Creek, partnering with the talented local videographer Raymond Thompson Jr., are proud to present this documentary about the pollutions, the remediation, and the community of Deckers Creek! Learn about this amazing natural resource inside Monongalia and Preston Counties and the work being done for it. Friends of Deckers Creek proves that even a small group of thoughtful individuals can make a big difference to our wild and wonderful streams.

Posted by Friends of Deckers Creek on Tuesday, August 28, 2018