Originally founded in 1999, this organization operates in the Raccoon Creek region; a watershed that crosses political boundaries with a footprint in both Allegheny and Butler counties.
Little Sewickley Creek Watershed Association
Organized in 1972, resident volunteers and the QV Creekers safeguard it's streams. This watershed is one of the cleanest in the state thanks in part to the group's efforts.
Montour Run Watershed Association
Established in 1995 under the leadership of the Hollow Oak Land Trust, this group works to protect the watershed's natural values while promoting their related economic benefits.
Nine Mile Run Watershed Association
Covering just 6.5 square miles,this watershed is site to the largest urban stream restoration in the country which was completed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
North Area Environmental Council
Founded in 1969 by North Hills residents, the group engages in ecological restoration projects, land conservation, education, advocacy, and scientific research in the Pine Creek Watershed.
Peters Creek Watershed Association
This group conducts scientific assessments, inventories and research relevant to the natural resources of the watershed in order to develop and implement a watershed protection plan.
Plum Creek Watershed Association
This watershed occupies the east central portion of Allegheny County which includes the communities of Braddock, Murrysville, New Kensington East and New Kensington West.
Sawmill Run Watershed Association
In partnership with Economic Development South, this group seeks to inspire communities by providing environmental leadership, engaging citizens in direct action, and partnering on key issues that affect the well-being of the watershed.
South Fayette Conservation Group
An all volunteer, nonprofit organization, this group has completed projects on abandoned mine drainage (AMD) reclamation, fish habitat restoration, as well as wetland trail creation and maintenance.
Turtle Creek Watershed Association
This watershed group spans two counties and has over 40 years of history protecting and improving the Turtle Creek Watershed by bringing together government organization, citizens, and other community members.