- Is there a flooding or drainage problem in your neighborhood or place of worship?
- Do you want to lead your community or place of worship to reduce pollution?
- Want to get off the sidelines and make a real change?
You don’t have to be an expert, we'll show you the way! Master Watershed Stewards are citizen leaders who are specially trained to help communities take real action to reduce pollution and clean up our waterways. Becoming a Master Watershed Steward, through WSA’s Certification Course is a great opportunity to learn how to solve environmental problems in your community and find a local network of energized leaders. Click here for a list of course dates and application information.
New this year …. Riverwise Congregations
Watershed Stewards may choose to serve within the community in which they live, work or worship. Beginning this year, WSA is partnering with the Alliance for the Chesapeake and Interfaith Partners for the Chesapeake, to form the Riverwise Congregations program. Some participants in this year's certification course may choose to receive specialized training and funding to work with their faith communities through the Riverwise Congregations program. For information regarding the Riverwise Congregations program, please contact Bonnie Sorak with the Interfaith Partners for the Chesapeake: firstname.lastname@example.org 410.609.6852 For more information, click here.
To learn more about the upcoming Master Watershed Steward Certification Course, please attend one of four information sessions. Click here to register.
Congratulations to Master Gardener Jim MacNicholl and friends for hiking Mt. Whitney! We are so proud of them. They raised $2180.05 for WSA. Thanks to everyone who contributed! Their generosity will help us train and support new Stewards in 2015.
Visit our Annual Conference Page to see this year's presentations, highlights and sponsors.
To learn more about our accomplishments, download our 2013 Watershed Stewards Academy Annual Report
From My Backyard to Our Bay: A 40 page guide for Anne Arundel County Residents to Protecting our Natural Resources