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Crooked Creek Watershed Association

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P.O. Box 446
Ford City, PA 16226
Phone: 724-783-6692

Crooked Creek Watershed AssociationThe Crooked Creek Watershed Association consists of volunteers who organize systems and projects which work together in efforts of improving the quality of water in Crooked Creek and its tributaries. This non-profit group also strives to preserve and enhance natural habitats in the watershed while also providing education and greater public awareness.

Evergreen Conservancy

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PO Box 0783
Indiana, PA 15701
Phone: 724-471-6020

Evergreen ConservancyEvergreen Conservancy is a relatively new non profit in the Indiana area. Our mission is to advance the preservation, protection and stewardship of Natural, Cultural and Historic Resources in and around Indiana County. Since our inception we have focused our attention on AMD remediation, development of the Tanoma Wetlands Educational Center, and making it possible for home owners to conserve their lands for generations. We are a group of caring and committed volunteers who work to raise the quality of life in and around Indiana County. We seek to preserve wild life habitat, land, stream access, scenic vistas, working landscapes, and historic and cultural sites. Our crown jewel is the Tanoma Wetlands Educational Center. At this site you can find: a pavilion, a new StoryWalk –“Grandfather Twilight”, parking lot, handicapped accessible trail with tree and plant ID signs, a wind turbine, a water power generation system, solar panels, and a self guided system of signs explaining how iron is removed from AMD. . Directions from Indiana:: Take Route 286 East, Turn left on Tanoma Road, continue on Tanoma Road until you reach Rayne Church Road, turn left on Rayne Church Road, the educational center is on your right, there is a parking lot.

Conemaugh Valley Conservancy

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PO Box 218
Johnstown, PA 15907-0218

Join Conemaugh Valley Conservancy (CVC) in our mission to protect and restore the health and beauty of the Kiski-Conemaugh River Valley and to strengthen the connection between the land and it's people. With your help, we're breathing new life into forgotten railroads and neglected streams and rivers throughout South Western Pennsylvania. West Penn Trail offers 15 miles of biking and hiking between two of Indiana County's unique historic towns, Saltsburg and Blairsville. An annual boat-bike-run West Penn Trail Triathlon is held in October. The Conservancy operates the annual Stony-Kiski-Conemaugh Rivers Sojourn, 4 days of paddling on the Kiski-Conemaugh Water Trail, from Johnstown to Apollo. CVC also hosts quarterly outings that showcase historic, scenic, and recreation resources in the region.