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Welcome to Montour Run Watershed Association

The MRWA has as its purpose the protection, remediation, and long-term stewardship of the Montour Run Watershed. This includes land, water, and biological resources of the watershed, as we strive to make the Montour Valley healthier for all its residents. We accomplish our goals through formal and informal partnerships with citizens' groups, businesses, local governmental agencies, elected officials, and the general public. The MRWA actively conducts watershed assessment projects, public outreach and education projects, and stream improvement projects.  

View a map of the watershed and trout stocking areas -click here.

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MRWA Annual Dinner/Meeting -

The 2015 Annual Dinner/Meeting will be held at 6:30 PM on Tuesday October 20th. at Mario's Family Restaurant on Beaver Grade Road in Moon Township. Happy Hour will convene at 5:45 PM.  Our after dinner speaker will be Mr. Ryan E. Miller, a Zoologist with the Pennsylvania Natural Heritage Program (PNHP) , based in the Pittsburgh office of the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy.  Ryan will address his work with PNHP which includes research on the Eastern Massasauga Rattlesnake and surveys of freshwater mussels in Pennsylvania.   Please click on our EVENTS tab for more information.


Membership Drive -

If you are not a member of the Montour Run Watershed Assn. please join now.  If you are a member, please renew your membership and consider an additional donation to help us continue the improvement of our watershed.  Click on the JOIN tab above.

We need your help!  Please notify is (via email), of any location(s) on Montour Run where potential or actual streambank erosion is observed.  We are in the process of determining what areas may be threatening the Montour Trail or any bridges along the trail.  Thank you for your help.

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Pittsburgh PA 15244-0509
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