A watershed is common ground and a healthy one is a common good. 

 
Stream survival depends on usMany voices joined to assure the lasting health and restoration of Richland Creek.
 

Did you know...You live, work and play in a watershed.

A watershed is a land area that drains wet weather to a single resource... streams, wetlands, groundwater and rivers. Watersheds create and nourish a web of natural resources.... air, soil, plants and wildlife.

Healthy streams sustain rivers and enhance communities. Streams in the Richland Creek watershed are endangered by things like runoff pollution, riparian loss, water withdrawal, impoundments and neglect. Our stewardship is crucial for the ecology connected to them.  Find out more!  

 
RCWA STREAM A THON video.  Our campaign for the Big Payback May 6 to generate much-needed funds to save Richland Creek.
 
Help us enhance the biodiversity of the watershed by participating in our Plant a native Earth DayDetails here

Our Goals  

~Create awareness that WE ARE the STAKEHOLDERS of OUR watershed
~Speak up for stream conservation and water resource sustainability
~Track stream conditions to ensure watershed health
~Plan and act for long term restoration of Richland Creek
~Provide educational and volunteer opportunties
~Implement restorative stream habitat projects
~Advocate for no further stream degradation or increase in flood risk

You can help. Find out how.

We sincerely appreciate our 2013 Sponsors!                   

      
  

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