71% of the Earth's surface is water. All of us live in watersheds, areas small or large that drain into a specific body of water. All of us have an impact on the water quality of our watershed, whether we’re conscious of it or not.
Water flows downhill, bringing with it fresh rainwater (which is good until it’s too much for the soil to absorb), eroded soil, lawn pesticides, litter, and much more. All of us using best watershed management practices can help protect and even improve water quality, locally and beyond.
We are a non profit organization made up of a small group of passionate volunteers committed to being stewards of the land and water of Fry’s Run Watershed in Williams Township, near Easton, PA. We do hands-on work to protect and improve the watershed and we do outreach to help others understand the importance and beneficial practices, including rainscaping. It all starts with how we manage rain water and stormwater runoff across our own properties. If we've gotten your attention, please read on!
Your support and contributions will help us to protect, preserve and improve the quality of the water and land in the Fry's Run Watershed.