Enhancing the water quality, stream restoration, and preservation
of natural resources within the Little Conestoga Creek Watershed.

The Little Conestoga Watershed Alliance (LCWA) is a non-profit Pennsylvania organization, founded in October 2000. We are a group of citizens, businesses, non-profit conservation organizations, academic institutions, and local, state and federal government representatives that have joined together and are committed to a common purpose.

Through grants and volunteers, the LCWA has become a reality. We have several sites around Lancaster in different stages of restoration and have proposals for many more. Our goals are to enhance the watershed for its citizens and environment. We will do this through education, volunteer action, and cooperation with local citizens, governments and corporations, in order to achieve a healthy watershed.

Objectives of LCWA:

  • Educating citizens regarding water quality and land stewardship
  • Educational seminars/stream studies
  • Involvement of municipal leaders
  • Restoration of streams
  • Assisting agricultural professionals with fencing and water management
  • Becoming incorporated
  • Establishing bylaws
  • Applying for grants
  • Use of native plants in restorations projects

 

The Little Conestoga Partnership

Healthy Watershed Stormwater Incentives Cost Share Program

To find out if you live in the Little Conestoga Watershed and are eligible for these funds or for more information on how you can take advantage of this program and obtain a program application, visit the Lancaster County Watershed website, www.lancasterwatersheds.org or contact Matthew Kofroth at (717) 299-5361 ext. 124

 

Environmental Rights Amendment

Natural Resources and the Public Estate 
Section 27.

The people have a right to clean air, pure water, and to the preservation of the natural, scenic, historic and esthetic values of the environment. Pennsylvania's public natural resources are the common property of all the people, including generations yet to come. As trustee of these resources, the Commonwealth shall conserve and maintain them for the benefit of all the people.

Source: Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

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