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VIDEO: Potomac Riverkeeper Celebrates 20th with Goal to Lift Swim Ban

The Potomac Riverkeeper Network believes keeping the public informed about water quality is key to helping them safely enjoy the “Nation’s River.” That’s why the organization is making efforts to let people know when it’s safe to swim in the various parts of the Potomac and when it’s not.

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Cheryl Costello was on the water with the Riverkeeper to find out what it’s going to take to make the Potomac River swimmable and when we could see that reality. Watch below:

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