Wrap up Lancaster Water Week by making a difference where you live and join the large network of Project Clean Stream volunteers dating back over 20 years! For this event join the Lancaster Conservancy by helping to pick up trash and removing invasives at Conoy Wetlands. This is an accessible site with a paved trail leading to the work site, but will involve some require off-trail work.

Afterwards we will celebrate with new friends and provided food! Volunteers should dress appropriately for the outdoors and possible weather, long pants and close toed shoes are strongly recommended, please bring work gloves and trash grabbers if you have them. There is the potential for some shallow wading into streams for interested volunteers.

If you have any questions please contact Cathleen Anthony at canthony@allianceforthebay.org.


Lancaster Water Week is an annual celebration of the 1,400 miles of waterways in Lancaster County, PA. Join us for over 60 events as we paddle, explore, volunteer, and take action for the streams and rivers of Lancaster County! Learn more: www.lancasterwaterweek.org