The Perkiomen Watershed Conservancy's primary mission is to deliver meaningful Environmental Education, Conservation and Outreach programs that enhance quality of life for everyone in the 362-square mile Perkiomen Creek Watershed.
We invite you to take a look around this site. There are so many ways to learn, protect, experience and support the watershed! more...
- Pre-school Science for 3-6 yr olds, Thurs Feb 11, 18, 25
- Full Snow Moon Night Hike for families, Sat Feb 20
- Stream Clean-up, Sat Apr 9 - registration coming soon!
- Lenape Survival Challenge - Sat Apr 23 - registration now open!
- Registration is open for Summer Science Academy
- See what is happening this week...
The Board of Directors is excited to announce that Ryan Beltz will be the new Executive Director of the Perkiomen Watershed Conservancy! Ryan will bring leadership, creativity and his passion for the outdoors to all of the organization's programs and mission. Ryan comes to us from Hawk Mountain Sanctuary where he served as a land manager for the past five years. Prior to his tenure at Hawk Mountain, Ryan held positions as an instructor of English at Alvernia University; as a backcountry ranger with the US Fish and Wildlife Service in Alaska; and as a wilderness guide in Alaska and Montana.
Interested in learning more about local watershed restoration?
Apply to become a Master Watershed Steward! Penn State Extension in Montgomery County is now accepting applications for the 2016 Penn State Master Watershed Steward Program. This program consists of a volunteer training course designed to provide people who are enthusiastic about the conservation of our water resources. Applications accepted through March 1, 2016.