The Washington County Watershed Alliance (WCWA) is a nonprofit organization founded to enhance and coordinate conservation efforts throughout the County and to support the activities of individual watershed associations. 

WCWA Mission: Through a watershed based approach, will: provide a collaborative framework to support the efforts of all local watershed associations; encourage responsible utilization of air, land and water resources; to support sound agricultural activities, encourage sustainable land use, and the protection and preservation of agricultural lands; and promote the protection, preservation and enhancement of the county’s natural resources, biodiversity and ecological health for the benefit of current and future generations.


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50 Old Hickory Ridge Road, Suite 1  
​Washington, PA 15301

T: 724-705-7098

(Ask for Jennifer Dann)

E: info@wcwalliance.org

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Mansfield, Karen. "U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to offer solutions for Chartiers Creek watershed flooding." Observer - Reporter, May 17, 2019, https://observer-reporter.com/news/localnews/u-s-army-corps-of-engineers-to-offer-solutions-for/article_abf3c1d4-77d5-11e9-82d2-3303ab5a9a6b.html. June 6, 2019.

Army Corps begins two year study of Chartiers Creek

Mansfield, Karen. "Army Corps of Engineers, officials tour Chartiers Creek watershed." Observer-Reporter, July 16, 2019, https://observer-reporter.com/news/localnews/army-corps-of-engineers-officials-tour-chartiers-creek-watershed/article_0c042a90-a702-11e9-bc13-a742e7a062b2.html. January 16, 2019.

Army Corps of Engineers, officials tour Chartiers Creek watershed

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Anderson, Katie. "Chartiers recieves grant to repair culvert, flooding problems." Observer-Reporter, September 23, 2019, https://observer-reporter.com/news/localnews/chartiers-receives-grant-to-repair-culvert-flooding-problems/article_5fddb9aa-da39-11e9-843a-1bceac55b6ba.html. January 16, 2019.

Chartiers recieves grant to repair culvert, flooding problems