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The WAAC volunteers above picked up trash along Rock Creek on Saturday, May 30th. A membership picnic followed to celebrate the successful day.

Watershed Alliance of Adams County's Annual Membership Meeting   

Learn more about our community’s water resources at the Annual Meeting of the Watershed Alliance of Adams County on Wednesday, April 27th from 7-8:30pm at the Agriculture and Natural Resources Center, 670 Old Harrisburg Road, Gettysburg. Keynote speaker Adam McClain, Adams County Watershed Specialist, will speak about the condition of critical waterbodies in Adams County. McClain will highlight ongoing local efforts to improve water quality, discuss trends in water quality monitoring, and provide resources for best management practices for private landowners. Information will also be available about upcoming volunteer opportunities with WAAC and light refreshment will be served.

The Watershed Alliance of Adams County is a member based, non-profit organization whose goals are:

  • Help residents better understand the complex watershed issues affecting Adams County.
  • Encourage sound water management and land use practices that will promote a sustainable watershed resource.
  • Support a county-wide water monitoring program and data base to use for evaluating water resources.
  • Identify and carry out watershed improvement projects.
  • Maintain the viability and sustainability of the Watershed Alliance of Adams County.


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Support our efforts by becoming a member. Member benefits include: 

  • Member Newsletter
  • Member events and field trips
  • Satisfaction of protecting water resources
  • Joy of community service