Monday, August 30, 2021

19th Annual York Watershed Week Set For September 16 to 25

Watershed Alliance Of York invites to you the 19th Annual York Watershed Week to be held September 16 to 25.

The purpose of the Watershed Week is to get to know your watershed and meet the folks and organizations who are working hard to enhance, restore, and protect it. Join us to learn and experience fun ways you can connect with your watershed.

There are 24+ exciting in-person, self-guided, and virtual venues to participate in including: Street 2 Creek Tour, Tap Talk at Collusion Brewery, Virtual BMP Tour, York County Conservation District Clay Shoot, Heartwood Nursery Tour, 2021 Pawpaw Fest of York County, Kiwanis Lake Rain Garden Planting, Drinking Water Treatment Plant Tour, Youth & Family Fishing & Conservation Day, Stream Study at Wallace Cross Mill, Greener Codorus Initiative, The Importance of Beavers Seminar, Rain Barrel Virtual Lesson, Yoga Night, Drowning in Plastics Talk, Stream Restoration Tour, Water Quality Monitoring Station Field Visit, Plant a Habitat Garden at Parkway Boulevard, York County Parks Native Plant Sale, Dam Bridge Challenge, and the Watershed Week Closing Celebration!

Visit Watershed Alliance of York’s York Watershed Week webpage for event descriptions, dates/times, locations, and registration information. 

The mission of the Watershed Alliance Of York is to improve York County's water, making it cleaner and healthier for all.  Follow WAY on Facebook and Instagram! “We all live in a Watershed!

[Posted: August 30, 2021]  PA Environment Digest

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