Watershed & Nonprofit Group Links
- Watershed & Nonprofit Groups
- Catawissa Creek Restoration Association
The Catawissa Creek Restoration Association, a non profit organization, was founded in 1997 to promote the recreational use of the Catawissa Creek from it’s head waters in Luzerne/Schuylkill Counties, to it’s terminus in the Susquehanna River in Columbia
- ClearWater Conservancy
Promotes conservation and restoration of natural resources in central Pennsylvania through land protection, watershed stewardship, and environmental outreach.
Datashed is a collaborative effort of Stream Restoration Incorporated, PA DEP, and others to provide the tools needed to actively monitor and maintain passive treatment systems.
- Endless Mountains Resource Conservation & Development Council (EMRC&D)
The Endless Mountains Resource Conservation and Development Council will lead a diverse group of stakeholders in the sound conservation and stewardship of the regionÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s natural resources. The Council will promote the rural quality of life and its e
- Fishing Creek Watershed Association
“People working together for a better environment.” The Association is made up of people working together and coordinating efforts to improve the quality of the Fishing Creek Watershed.
- Friends of the Nescopeck
We are an organization devoted to the protection and preservation of the Nescopeck Creek Watershed.
- Greater Hazleton CAN DO Inc.
CAN DO, Inc. is a non-profit industrial/economic development corporation in Hazleton, Pennsylvania.
- Hicks Creek Watershed Association
Hicks Creek Watershed Association (HCWA) was formed in August 2001. Its mission is to restore and protect Hicks Creek Watershed by promoting environmental integrity including restoring Hicks Creek to a flowing creek, controlling erosion and sedimentation,
- Hillside Rod & Gun Club
The objective of the Club shall be to promote and foster good public sentiment for better fish, game and forest management; to encourage sportsmenÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s activities, especially hunting and fishing through all social and physical means, and engage in any
- Lackawanna River Corridor Association
The Lackawanna River Corridor Association (LRCA) was created by local citizens in 1987 to promote the restoration and conservation of the Lackawanna River and its watershed resources in the great Northeast Pennsylvania.
- PA Association of Conservation Districts (PACD)
PACD provides districts with education and information to help them in their work in land and water conservation. Over the years, the Association has been an integral part of the shaping of the modern conservation district.
- PA Organization for Watersheds & Rivers (POWR)
Advocates for the protection, restoration and enjoyment of our common wealth of water resources, and conducts programs that foster stewardship, communication, leadership and action in PA
- Paxton Creek Watershed Association
To deal with watershed problems such as erosion and flooding, to protect and enhance watershed resources, and to facilitate practical, hands-on education.
- Pennsylvania State Conservation Commission (SCC)
The Pennsylvania State Conservation Commission (SCC) is an 11-member commission that has a primary function of providing oversight and support to the state’s 66 county conservation districts for the implementation of conservation programs in an efficient
- Pine Creek Headwaters Protection Group, Inc.
Aka the “Pine Creek Waterdogs”. “Pine Creek and its watershed: unlike anywhere in the world.”
- Pine Creek Watershed River Conservation Plan
The Pine Creek watershed begins in the mountains of Potter and Tioga counties and is characterized by many spring-fed brook trout streams. As it makes its descent toward Lycoming County through the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon, it grows in size and becomes a
- Pocono Northeast RC&D Council (PNERC&D)
The Pocono Northeast Resource Conservation and Development Council is a community resource providing expertise in resource management and development throughout a ten county area of Northeastern Pennsylvania.
- Schuylkill Action Network
Members of the Schuylkill Action Network share information, expertise, and technology to help each other achieve a shared vision of clean water and a healthy environment for the Schuylkill River and its tributaries
- Schuylkill Headwaters Association
The Schuylkill River has much to offer. It tells the story of a historical coal mining community that was once the driving force behind the industrial Revolution in America.
- Schuylkill River Conservation Plan
The Conservation Fund, Natural Lands Trust and the Patrick Center for Environmental Research of The Academy of Natural Sciences have formed a partnership to develop a conservation plan for the entire Schuylkill River watershed.
- Schuylkill River Greenway Association
Tour, explore, hike, bike, jog, canoe, kayak, tube, fish, camp, shop with the 128-mile Schuylkill River as its spine, our Schuylkill River National and State Heritage Area is alive with a remarkable diversity of historic, recreational and cultural attract
- Shamokin Creek Restoration Alliance
Shamokin Creek Restoration Alliance Mission is to promote cooperation among all parties with an interest in resolving problems of mine drainage and abandoned mine land (AML) reclamation In the Shamokin Creek Watershed
- Swatara Creek Watershed Association
The Swatara Creek Watershed Association, Inc. was founded in 1970 in response to encouragement from the Chamber of Commerce and State and federal agencies to promote conservation of the Swatara Creek Watershed.
- The Manada Conservancy
The Manada Conservancy is a land trust–a local, non-profit membership organization dedicated to the protection and preservation of the natural, historic, agricultural and scenic resources of the Manada and Swatara Creek basins in Pennsylvania’s Dauphi
- Tioga County Concerned Citizens Committee, Inc.
The TCCCC is a non-profit corporation dedicated to protecting and improving the environment (esp. in Tioga County, PA).
- Towanda Creek Watershed Association
Towanda Creek’s headwaters are found in Tioga County and flows through Bradford County to the Susquehanna River.
- Western PA Coalition for Abandoned Mine Reclamation (WPCAMR)
Formed in 1982 by concerned Conservation Districts, WPCAMR brings together an alliance of 24 County Conservation Districts and cooperative organizations in the bituminous coal region of Western Pennsylvania.
- Wildlands Conservancy
Wildlands Conservancy envisions an excellent quality of place in the Lehigh River valley and beyond … Wildlands Conservancy’s mission is to preserve, protect, and enhance the land, water, ecological, and recreational resources of the region. We fulfil
- Wyoming Valley Watershed Coalition
To build a community identity for the watershed by fostering more quality projects and acting as a networking entity, information clearinghouse and source of assistance to municipalities, environmental groups, businesses and interested citizens on watersh