James River Association speaks to Colonial Capital Kiwanis

Jamie Brunkow, who is the Lower James Riverkeeper for the James River Association, recently presented a program to the Kiwanis Club of Colonial Capital about the current status of the James River. He spoke about progress being made in improving the health of the river using quantitative parameters and said that significant improvements have been made in the forty years of the life of the Association. Pictured above from left are Club President Pete Webster, Club member Judy Flanders and Brunkow.

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