A Great Success!
A big THANK YOU goes out to all who showed up for our 5th Annual Meeting. We had a wonderful turn out and enjoyed networking with all of our volunteers and fellow organizations. We thank all of our volunteers for your hard work and dedication to clean water in Washington County! We also thank all of those who have financially supported us throughout the years!
Thank you to the Train Gang!
Photo (L to R): Dean Kademenos (Train Gang), Ken Maglietta, Carrilee Hemington, Jennifer Dann, Jean Bear (Train Gang), and Terry Ames (Train Gang)
Thank you to the Train Gang of Washington County for their support of the Washington County Watershed Alliance. Their donation is greatly appreciated!
Stop by the Washington Crowne Center to see their free train display!
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 April 4, 2017.
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Watershed Alliance Annual Report - 2016
For more information regarding projects and accomplishments of 2016, please see our Annual Report below.
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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.