Friday, August 17, 2018

Want To Find A Watershed Group Near You? Try The PA Land Trust Assn. Watershed Association Finder

The Pennsylvania Land Trust Association has launched the beta version of its “Find a Pennsylvania Watershed Association” tool. You can use it to identify watershed associations and the watersheds they serve by typing in an address or clicking on a map.
Type in your home address or city-- Erie, PA for example-- in the address box and a list of local watershed groups will appear that work in your area along with links to their website or social media addresses for more information.
PALTA defines a watershed association is a non-governmental organization whose mission focuses on protecting, restoring health to, or monitoring a specific body of water, or educating on how policies and actions in the watershed impact the water body; it advances its mission at least in part by performing on-the-ground or in-the-water projects such as streamside tree plantings, aquatic habitat improvements, stream cleanups, and water quality monitoring.
Want To Add Your Group?
If your group isn’t yet included, please contact Josh VanBrakle at PALTA by sending an email to: or call 717-379-1758 or you have suggestions for improving the finder.  Please note that an organization must have a web address or social media address to be included.
Click Here to try out the Find A PA Watershed Association near you!
For more information on programs, initiatives and upcoming events, visit the PA Land Trust Association website, Click Here to sign up for regular updates from PLTA, Like them on Facebook, Follow them on Twitter, and Join them on Google+.  Click Here to support their work.
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