LWCF makes a splash in WV
Photo Credit: Angie Rosser
LWCF makes a splash! The Land and Water Conservation Fund has been cooling down West Virginia summers since 1964. Over $7.5 million dollars have been used to build or improve 47 community pools across the state. Clay County received $354,000 from LWCF for construction of a public swimming pool in 1980, with another $34,000 for renovations in 2005.
Take action for the swimming pools across WV and LWCF here.
Visit Clay County’s swimming pool.
Learn more about the Land and Water Conservation Fund.