SCWA won “The Perfect TEN Award — trees, entomology and neighbors” at the West Virginia Watershed Celebration Day on Saturday, November 2, 2013. The state-wide conference was held at Cacapon State Park and was attended by watershed organizations across the state, as well as representatives from the WV Conservation Agency, WV Department of Environmental Protection and WV Department of Agriculture. SCWA was recognized for our efforts to provide and plant trees to increase riparian buffers and for members’ stream monitoring efforts at seven sites with eight stream monitors spending a total of 102 hours on site collection and insect identification. SCWA participated in educational efforts on pond management, less expensive ways to feed families through hunting and fishing, educating county officials on the expectations of the Chesapeake Bay Watershed Implementation Plan and the importance of the watershed association to the community. The group was also recognized for having a record number of volunteers for its 11th annual WV Make It Shine Stream Clean Up.