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Our Gratitude

Our organization is grateful to the following organizations who have helped to fund or support our activities over the years:
  • Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection for Growing Greener Grants, trainings and guest speakers.
  • Dominion Energy for grants for education, outreach and stream monitoring.
  • Clinton County Conservation District for providing professional support through their Watershed Specialists and for providing financial support for stream monitoring, our newsletter, this website and our Facebook page.
  • Pennsylvania Cleanscapes for helping to organize and promote sinkhole cleanups and bringing volunteers to events.
  • The League of Women Voters for past financial support.
  • Trout Unlimited both the support of local chapters and professional staff from the National organization as speakers.
  • The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission for providing speakers and education.
  • United States Geological Survey for technical support and speakers.
  • National Resource Conservation Service for providing technical support and speakers.
We also are grateful for the in kind contributions of the following community organizations and businesses:
  • The Booneville Campground Association for allowing us to use their facilities and to install educational signs on their streambank.
  • Trinity United Methodist Church for offering a meeting place during inclement months.
  • AlbertinVernon Architecture for meeting space and  professional expertise.
  • Dancing Bear Lodge for meeting space for educational and special events
  • Greene Township for meeting space for educational and special events.
  • 4 H Club for help with tree planting and riparian restoration.
Protecting our stream has also required a lot of strong arms, big hearts and dedicated individuals.  We are also grateful for the contributions of past and present board members.

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