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Norwalk River Watershed Association

Membership Levels

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Riparian Society

Steward $1000 and up

Protector $500 – $999

Patron $100 – $499

Basic Membership

Supporter $50 – $99

Friend $30 – $49

Other $_______

$100 Helps us build on our success advocating for legislative policies that protect the river and Long Island Sound, such as the passage of the State Water Plan and bans on fracking waste and plastic bags.

$250 Helps fund guided walks exploring vernal pools, pollinator meadows, coastal bird populations, forested hiking trails, and more.
$500 Helps pay for talks and educational materials on issues such as the condition of our water quality, the importance of water conservation, and how to care for septic systems to protect our river and the Sound.
$750 Helps fund our many volunteer river cleanups and riverbank wildlife habitat restoration projects to remove invasive plants and plant natives.
$1000 Helps us purchase dozens of pounds of wildflower seeds, native perennial plants, shrubs, and trees to plant along the river and the expanding Pollinator Pathway each year.



Do you work for a company that matches gifts?  If so, please submit a matching gift form with your donation and double the impact of your gift to NRWA.

Responsible Business Network Membership Levels

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To support our habitat restoration work at Oyster Shell Park, please join the Friends of Oyster Shell Park group here.  When donating, please add “Friends of OSP” under “Special instructions for seller.” 

Incorporated in 1996, NRWA is a not-for-profit membership organization whose mission is to improve the water quality and fish and wildlife habitats of the 40,000-acre Norwalk River watershed; to restore the riverbanks, meadows and forests through invasive plant abatement and promotion of native species; to encourage recreational use of the river, its trails and the surrounding open space; and to promote research, legislative advocacy, 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). NRWA receives no state or Federal aid. Our entire budget comes from grants and the generous support of people like you. Every dollar counts!