Lehigh and Northampton Counties Master Watershed Steward Program

Call For Volunteers! Lehigh and Northampton Counties will offer training again in Spring of 2020.

Call for Volunteers.

Call for Volunteers.

Individuals that have an interest in the environment, a willingness to learn more, and most importantly, a strong desire to make a difference in the community are excellent candidates for the program. To become a certified Master Watershed Steward, you must complete 40 hours of training and fulfill 50 hours of volunteer service within the first year. After becoming certified, you can maintain your status by giving at least 20 volunteer hours and attending at least 10 hours of continuing education annually.

Our program will likely not train again until spring of 2020, but if you are interested in participating, contact Erin Frederick at elf145@psu.edu or 610-391-9840.  

 

Local Program Partners

The Lehigh Valley Master Watershed Steward Program is a partnership between:

  • Penn State Extension
  • the Watershed Coalition of the Lehigh Valley
  • Northampton County Conservation District
  • Lehigh County Conservation District
  • Appalachian Mountain Club
  • Lehigh Gap Nature Center
  • Wildlands Conservancy
  • Delaware and Lehigh National Heritage Corridor
  • Nurture Nature Center
  • PA Department of Conservation of Natural Resources.

Program Supporters

  • Deer Park/Nestle Waters
  • Wegmans
  • Buzzi Unicem
  • Haines & Kibblehouse, Inc.
  • BASE Engineering
  • Coalition for the Delaware River Watershed

Those interested in becoming a Master Watershed Steward should contact:

Erin Frederick
610-391-9840
elf145@psu.edu