Washington County Watershed Alliance Meetings
The Alliance board meetings are held monthly on the first Tuesday of the month at 7:00 pm at the Washington County Conservation District office. Meetings are open to the community, and we welcome all residents to attend. Our next meeting is December 6, 2016.
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Watershed Alliance Annual Report - 2015
For more information regarding projects and accomplishments of 2015, please see our Annual Report below.
WCWA Photo Contest
Submission deadline is March 1, 2017!!
Registration forms available here.
The Washington County Watershed Alliance is hosting its 1st annual environmental photo contest. We plan to use your pictures to create a community driven calendar. Our theme for Calendar year 2018 is: Beautiful Natural Sites or Features of Washington County through the Seasons.
The prizes for winners are as follows:
1st place - $40
2nd place - $30
3rd place - $20
Additionally there will be another $20 awarded for the people’s choice winner; ribbons to the top 3 and People’s Choice winner; Certificates for 8 other photos selected for the calendar.
All contest winners who provided photos that are selected to be printed in the Calendar will obtain a free membership for the Washington County Watershed Alliance for 2018 – 2019, the 2018 Calendar and a new and revised Washington County Watershed Map.
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The Washington County Watershed Alliance
The Washington County Watershed Alliance (WCWA) is a nonprofit conservation organization for the whole county, designed to enhance and coordinate the activities of individual watershed associations.
Curious about what a watershed is? Well, a watershed is an area of land that water flows across or under on its way to a stream, river, or lake. There are over two thousand watersheds in the continental United States. Everyone lives in a watershed as do animals, fish, birds, and insects. We all influence what happens in our watersheds by how we treat the natural resources contained within their boundaries.