Buffalo Creek Watershed Association
Attend a BCWA Meeting
7 PM 2nd Thursday of the month
Buffalo Township Municipal Building
400 Buffalo Center Lane
Washington, PA 15301
Buffalo Creek Watershed at a Glance
Buffalo Creek is a gem of Washington County. This watershed is rural in nature. Buffalo Creek has been designated a High Quality Warm Water Fishery (HQ-WWF) by PADEP; an Important Bird Area (IBA-80) by the Western PA Conservancy - one of only 85 in the state; and, an Exceptional Biodiversity Area (BDA) by the Western PA Conservancy.
Buffalo Creek Stats
Watershed Area: 164 Sq. Miles (including the portion in West Virginia, until it flows into the Ohio River)
Land Use 52% Forested, 47% Agriculture, <1% Developed
Total Length of Streams (with Tributaries): 259 Miles
Primary Concerns: Protecting and improving the quality of this high quality water resource is one major concern for the dedicated members of Buffalo Creek Watershed.
Find more detailed information about BCWA in the Library
The Buffalo Creek Watershed Association hosts and participated in a variety of projects throughout the year. Some of the primary projects BCWA members are currently working on are:
Help Monitor, Restore, and Protect Buffalo Creek
Contact Buffalo Creek Watershed Association
We would love to hear from you! you can reach us by mail at the following P.O. Box, or by e-mail.
P.O. Box 408
Claysville, PA 15323