YORK, PA. – The public is encouraged to get involved in the Watershed Alliance of York’s 17th Watershed Weekends! The purpose of the Watershed Weekends is to get to know your watershed and meet the folks and organizations who are working hard to enhance, restore and protect them. Come join us and learn and experience fun ways how you can connect with your watershed.
Watershed Weekends is being held from Wednesday, September 18th to Sunday, September 29th, 2019. There are 13 exciting venues to participate in including: Rain Barrel presentation, “Make and Take” Rain Barrel Workshop, Envirothon Clay Shoot Fundraiser, Rambo Run Stream Study, York City Fall Cleanup, 19th Codorus Creek Cleanup, Youth and Family Fun Conservation and Fishing Day, Community Blooms Rain Garden Planting/Workshop, Dam-Bridge Challenge, Pawpaw Festival, All About Rain Gardens Demonstration, and Pawpaw Food Fest!
See our free Watershed Weekends Guide, at www.watershedallianceofyork.org, for venue descriptions, date/times and locations, or pick one up at your local library, municipal office, venue sponsor locations, and the York County ANNEX at Pleasant Acres.
The Watershed Alliance of York (WAY) is a coalition of stakeholders committed to being
innovative leaders educating the public and encouraging watershed-based planning, restoration and protection, through locally led initiatives, in York County and beyond. “We all live in a Watershed!