Lower Beaverdam Creek is a direct, principally free-flowing, tributary of the tidal Anacostia River. It joins the tidal river immediately downstream from the District of Columbia-Maryland border, adjacent to Kenilworth Marsh. The Lower Beaverdam Creek subwatershed is roughly outlined by Annapolis Road to the north and northeast, Mill Road to the southeast and east, I-95 to the east, and Rollins Avenue and the District line to the west. Ninety-nine percent of the subwatershed is in Prince George’s County, with the remaining one percent in the District of Columbia.
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The Friends of Lower Beaverdam Creek is a hands-on education and advocacy organization working to restore the health of Lower Beaverdam Creek and the Anacostia River.