The Norwalk River Watershed Association, incorporated in 1996, is a not-for-profit membership organization whose mission is to improve the water quality and aesthetic value of the 40,000-acre Norwalk River watershed; to encourage recreational use of the existing trails and open space; and to promote research, education, cooperation, and action on the part of the stakeholders in the seven watershed towns in CT (Ridgefield, Redding, Wilton, New Canaan, Weston, and Norwalk) and NY (Lewisboro).
Become a Norwalk River Watershed Association Member-Download
Form. General members are invited to free programs and
activities. They also receive NRWA's newsletter "In
the Mainstream," which lists activities and updates members
on pertinent problems, progress, projects, and programs within
the watershed. Membership rates start at $30.
Please make your tax-deductable donation payable to NRWA,
Inc., and send to the address below.
Make a donation to NRWA via PayPal. Please include your name,
address, e-mail, and preferred method for receiving the semi-annual
newsletter (via postal mail or e-mail), and any other special
instructions or involvement preferences you may have.
are invited to join the Responsible Business Network (RBN)
of the Norwalk River Watershed Association (NRWA), as we work
to improve the water quality and quality of life in the watershed
where your business thrives and your customers and employees
live. This program promotes responsible business practices
and the companies that lead the way in protection of our natural
businesses who have signed the Norwalk River Watershed
Association Responsible Business Network [RBN] Environmental
Norwalk River Watershed Association needs volunteers to help
in many areas. Whether you have the equivalent of one
morning a year or one morning a week, the Norwalk River and
its watershed can benefit from your time and talents.
Please let us know
if you can help in these areas or in any others:
Rangers | River Cleanup Days | Habitat Restoration | Invasive
Testing(through the River Watch Organization) | Inventory
of Vernal Pools, Flora, Fauna | History of the River, Dams,
Writing | Special Projects
System & Greenway | Mapping
| Land Use | Landscaping | Legislation | River Guides
| Computer Entry
Design/Photography | Photography and/or Exhibits
| Speaking (slide script) | Events
Water Marks- NRWA Volunteer Profiles
River Watershed Association, Inc.
P.O. Box 197
Georgetown, CT 06829