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- National Geographic, October 1993

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The Chartiers Creek Watershed Association (ChCWA) employs a variety of media – website, Facebook, newsletter, emails, and annual report – to communicate its message both to residents of our watershed and to the general public. Our goal is to advocate for the conservation of water and other natural resources within and outside of the watershed.

ChCWA’s website provides up-to-date event announcements, project updates, and watershed / water conservation news. It also serves as an educational resource and clearinghouse for plan documents and white papers relevant to our projects.
  • Web Coordinator – Site updated by Joan Guenther

  • Webmaster – Site maintained by Richard R. Dupree of Dupree Solutions.
The original website development was funded by a Growing Greener grant from the PA Department of Environmental Protection, with additional support provided by grants from the Dominion Foundation, administered by Western Pennsylvania’s Watershed Assistance Center.

ChCWA has an “always current” Facebook presence, with postings of articles and photos of our most recent activities, and an archive of past activities.

Our Facebook page was developed by Carrilee Hemington, and is maintained by Carrilee and by Virginia McAnulty.

Our quarterly newsletter provides information on events, projects, news, and volunteer opportunities. This free publication is issued in both email and print formats, and distributed both within and outside our organization.
  • Newsletter editor – Christine Soltis

  • Subscribe to our newsletter.

Informational Emails
Periodically ChCWA sends event alerts, meeting reminders, and project updates to its members, volunteers, and other interested parties.
  • Email communications maintained by Virginia McAnulty

  • Sign up for our newsletters and emails.

Annual Report
Each spring, ChCWA produces an annual report summarizing our activities and achievements over the past year. Printed copies are distributed at both internal and public events.