Cherry Valley National Wildlife Refuge was established in December 2008 for the conservation of migratory birds and federal trust species, and the habitats they depend on.
Friends of Cherry Valley is a 501c3 non-profit organization formed by concerned resident of the Valley in 2002. Our mission is to conserve and enhance the natural and cultural resources, rural character and scenic beauty of the Cherry Valley area.
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The Watershed Coalition of the Lehigh Valley is an umbrella organization that includes all watershed groups in the Lehigh River watershed.
The Monroe County Conservation District Resource Conservation Programs include assistance with Agricultural Conservation Plans, Monroe County Watershed Protection Programs, Stormwater Management, Flood Plain Management, as well as administering NPDES permits for stormwater discharges from construction sites and Erosion and Sediment Control.
The Brodhead Watershed Association (BWA) is a non-profit environmental organization dedicated to protecting and improving water resources and the environment in the Brodhead and Cherry creek watershed
North Pocono CARE is a local non-profit organization formed to protect the Lehigh River and its tributaries. It is our goal to maintain these outstanding resources for future generations.
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The Lehigh Gap Nature Center is a member-supported 501(c)3 non-profit conservation organization located in Lehigh Gap, PA, at the foot of the Kittatinny Ridge. Our mission is to protect the wildlife and enhance the habitats of our Refuge and the neighboring Kittatinny Ridge. We promote conservation in the Lehigh River Watershed through education, research, and outdoor recreation for the benefit of present and future generations.
Delaware Riverkeeper Network
citizen action organization that works the entire length and breadth of the Delaware River and its watershed, speaking and working for both its protection and its restoration.
Our Pocono Waters
Campaign to unify the community while educating citizens, business leaders, and local leaders about the importance of protecting “Exceptional Value” (EV) streams, highlighting the many ways that clean streams and economic development coexist in a region known for its natural beauty and booming tourism industry
a non-profit corporation founded in 1991 with the mission of preserving the quality and integrity of the waters, lands, and wildlife within our 125-square-mile watershed for the benefit of all. Located in the headwaters of Pennsylvania’s Lehigh River
Master Watershed Steward Program
The 2023 training has been completed, bringing the total roster to nearly forty Stewards! They are engaged in stream monitoring, working with lake communities, re- building a bog boardwalk, working with Stroud Township detecting illicit discharges, providing outreach and educational materials at community events.