The homepage contains a video frame of an aerial shot moving downstream (or up). As we pass significant mileposts from above — a farmer from the 1930s, confluences with small creeks — maybe images of these resources fade in, then out. Text over the video, or subtle fades to text slides assure visitors they are on The Opequon Watershed. There is no navigation bar; there are four navigational elements within the screen represented by icons and text: Discover, Enjoy, Protect, Homepage (which opens a more conventional scrolling homepage).
Once a visitor is in the website, the homepage is a scrolling page containing navigation, a slider, a newsfeed grid, and others as needed.
- Illicit Discharge Contaminating Opequon Creek
- Conservation Collaboration with Department of Wildlife Resources Continues at Redbud Run in Frederick County, Virginia
- Raw Sewage and Drilling Mud Inundate Stream on Needy Road, Tributary to the Opequon
- Video Journal: Intro to Illegal Dumping in Specks Run
- Video Journal: Specks Run Cleanup Monitoring