The McIntosh Run Watershed Association (MRWA) began in 1994 as a voice for the McIntosh Run, its tributary waters and the land within its watershed. The goals of MRWA are to further conservation and community stewardship of and to facilitate sustainable public access to the McIntosh Run watershed.
Thank you for considering to spend your time supporting the McIntosh Run Watershed! MRWA is always open to new volunteers. We are looking for volunteers to help with the following:
McIntosh Run Community Trail The Community Trail is a wide gravel trail along the McIntosh Run in Spryfield. We need help at various levels of commitment, from litter cleanup and patrol after big storms, to managing the process of making the formal connection to Roach's Pond. If you are a passionate user of the Community Trail and want to get involved please email us. We would be grateful for your help at whatever level is right for you.
Water Quality We are looking for someone with expertise in monitoring water quality to work with us either as issues emerge, or to initiate an ongoing water quality monitoring program. Please send us an email if you are interested.
Team Trail Work Days We have hosted various groups for trail work days, including businesses, trail user groups, Scouts and other community groups. If you would like to discuss this possibility with us, please send us an email.
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