Washington County Watershed Alliance
Protection and conservation of natural resources
Programs and Services
- Water Quality: The WCWA (Washington County Watershed Alliance) continues to monitor water quality throughout the county. Working with the volunteers of the Watershed Associations and within its own membership to learn more about the stream health in Washington County. Funds help us to purchase new equipment and maintain our current items.
- Education: The WCWA provides educational programming to local schools, community groups and the general public. Program topics include water & the water cycle, stream monitoring, macroinvertebrates (stream critters), plankton, and riparian buffer workshops. Our goal is to expand our program capacity and topic list.
- Watershed Support: The Watershed Alliance serves as a financial umbrella organization assisting with grant and financial management for individual Watershed Associations. These Watershed Associations include Buffalo Creek Watershed Association (BCWA), Upper Chartiers Creek Watershed Association (UCCWA), Cross Creek Watershed Association (CCWA), Ten Mile Creek Watershed Association (TMCWA), and the Upper Wheeling Creek Watershed Association (UWCWA).
- Stream Clean ups: The WCWA and its Watershed Associations hold stream and roadside cleanups every year; helping to reduce the trash that enters our waterways. We work with local Universities and businesses to gather volunteers and coordinate events. Looking to volunteer – contact us for opportunities!
Primary Revenue Sources
Grants and donations
Primary Fundraising Event
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