The Wetlands of Winfield is an environmental educational facility. Appalachian Power and Toyota Motor Manufacturing of West Virginia partnered to build the facility, part of a 22-acre wetlands in Putnam County, West Virginia next to the Kanawha River between the John Amos Power Plant and Winfield.
Home to nearly a half-mile of nature trails and boardwalk observation sites, the facility lets student groups walk through and observe the wetlands without damaging them. A stage area gives educators a place to gather students for discussion and signs highlight important aspects of the wetlands.
The Wetlands of Winfield is open only for pre-scheduled, educational visits for students or other groups.
To schedule a visit, contact:
John Amos Plant