After doing annual cleanups since 2002, the Friends of Little Hunting Creek incorporated in Virginia on November 16, 2012.
The Bylaws of the Friends of Little Hunting Creek (as revised by the Board of Directors on 17 April 2015) are available here.
The purpose of the Friends, as explained in the Articles of Incorporation, is to:
"... encourage the preservation of open space, restoration of riparian habitat, improvement in water quality in the Little Hunting Creek watershed, and to promote stewardship and opportunities for recreational enjoyment of Little Hunting Creek by nearby neighbors and the public. The Friends of Little Hunting Creek seeks to improve nearby neighborhoods by organizing and conducting community cleanups of trash and litter on the creek, by educating citizens about stewardship and litter prevention, and by promoting community access to the creek for recreation and respite."
The following officers and members of the Board of Directors were reelected at the annual meeting of the Friends of Little Hunting Creek held April 23, 2017:
President: Betsy Martin.
Vice President: Mort Isler.
Treasurer: Paul Siegel.
Secretary: Celia Boertlein.
At-large members of Board of Directors: Bryan Birch, Greg Crider, and Kim Larkin.