Radford University participates in Renew the New River volunteer effort
For many Radford University students, trips to the nearby New River are a much-loved tradition.
Maggie McDaniel, a senior nursing student, walks her dog, Lily, along the river bank at Bisset Park almost daily. Every August when she returns to campus for the fall semester, McDaniel and her friends schedule a few floats before the cold sets in.
Leaders gear up for Renew the New event
By Bethany Teague – New River Valley Reporter
Published: July 28, 2016, 6:22 pm
RADFORD (WSLS 10) – New River Valley leaders scouted out the New River ahead of one of its biggest cleanups.
More counties, communities to join Giles County in New River clean up
By Eamon O’Meara |Posted: Wed 8:54 PM, Apr 27, 2016
NEW RIVER VALLEY, Va. (WDBJ7)With Summer right around the corner, those in the New River Valley are already enjoying the river their region is named for. Video to the right.
Van Noy: ReNew the New
MATT GENTRY | The Roanoke Times
Posted: Friday, April 22, 2016 12:15 am
New Direction For the New River
By Robbie Harris, Aug 19, 2016
The New River is, in fact, one of the oldest rivers on the planet. And because people have used waterways as dumps for centuries, The New got its share of trash over the years. But thanks to dedicated volunteers, clean up efforts are paying off, like the one happening NEXT weekend; the annual, “ReNew The New.” Robbie Harris reports.
The second regional river clean-up event held in the New River Valley, Virginia, on August 26th, 2017. 475 volunteers attended, with 30 miles cleaned and 12 tons of tires and trash removed from the New River Watershed.