2017 Annual Appeal


Help us keep up the momentum through 2017 and beyond!





As 2017 comes to a close, please keep us in mind as you make plans for your year-end giving. A gift of any size will make a difference!

 

Last year, contributions to Green Valleys Watershed Association’s Annual Appeal exceeded our goals! Your support enabled us to embark on the creation of a vastly improved education center, implement cutting-edge biodiversity monitoring technology, and begin the permanent conservation of an exceptional forest and stream. Thank you!

Your gift to our 2017 Annual Appeal will go directly to the continued transformation of our Welkinweir education building into a Watershed Science and Education Center, and to building GVWA’s endowment.

Both of these objectives are critical to growing the long-term success of our Mission; the first by taking our watershed education programs to the next level, and the second by continuing to build the financial foundations of our organization. Please support these worthy objectives generously by making a secure, online donation today.


With your support, over the past year Green Valleys Watershed Association has accomplished the following!

Siemens employees planting at Cedar Hollow Preserve.
Our Watershed Restoration program worked to restore streamside forest with two landowners this year, installing nearly 1,000 native trees along the French Creek at Lundale Farm and along the Valley Creek at Open Land Conservancy’s Cedar Hollow Preserve — bringing the total number of trees & shrubs installed along creeks in our stewardship area to nearly 8,500 by well over 1,000 volunteers.
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The challenges facing our watersheds in the years ahead are unprecedented. To meet these challenges, Green Valleys must continue to grow the programs and services we are providing, and we must do this as part of a broader coalition.  To do this, we need your support, and ask that you give generously to invest in the future and protect our natural resources.

Thank you for helping us keep our local streams a healthy and beautiful part of northern Chester County!