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Thanks for your donation on
WCCF Day of Giving

Our WCWA / ChCWA members and supporters came through for us again on this year’s “Day of Giving,” held September 13 by the Washington County Community Foundation.

Our umbrella organization – The Washington County Watershed Alliance (WCWA) – will receive $2,013, including its share of the bonus pool. WCWA ranked 50th out of 110 organizations receiving donations (based on total donations), and 35th in the number of donors. Both the amount donated and the number of donors are factors in calculating the bonus.

As a WCWA member, the Chartiers Creek Watershed Association will receive a portion of this amount, as designated by donors.



Join or renew now for 2017

JOIN US! If you’re not yet an official member of ChCWA, now is the perfect time to join. We’ve got a full calendar of events planned for 2017, including year-round stream monitoring, educational talks and demonstrations, and a wide variety of volunteer opportunities for all ages.

RENEW! You helped make 2016 successful for ChCWA and we value your continuing participation. Renew now for next year to take advantage of special member activities.

To support ChCWA even more, join the Washington County Watershed Alliance too. The Alliance is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that supports us and other Washington County watershed associations.

WHY JOIN US? As a member, you’ll be the loop for all events and projects. Plus, your membership dues will help us fund these activities, to protect and enhance the quality of our local waterways!



STREAM MONITORING UPDATE:

Fall macro sampling completed . . .
methane monitoring resumes

The fall segment of our twice-yearly macro/chemical monitoring ended on Saturday, November 5, with water quality sampling on Little Chartiers Creek near Linden Creek Road. In early November, we resumed our sampling for methane in streams, as part of the Penn State program for methane monitoring. To learn more about both programs, click here.
























 










The Chartiers Creek Watershed Association is a member of the
Washington County Watershed Alliance
2800 N. Main Street Ext, Ste 105
Washington, PA 15301


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