Prince William Conservation Alliance

Community Report
September 25 2018
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PWCA protects local natural resources, from tidal wetlands to mountain ecosystems, while advocating for smart growth. The key is empowering everyday citizens in our fast-growing suburb to explore, enjoy, and become active stewards of our outdoor community. 

Tours, talks, festivals, and citizen science programs educate families about local environmental assets and their values. Native plant restoration projects and tree giveaways encourage people to improve wildlife habitats and reclaim the natural health of their suburban backyards. 

Land Use 101 workshops and Rural Crescent forums inspire residents to actively participate in the county planning and development decisions that affect their lives. And PWCA’s advocacy work results in more scenic byways, bike lanes, green spaces, and protected public lands – and a higher quality of life. That’s worth the world.

Click here to learn more and support PWCA initiatives that create a bright future for all. And, thanks to a generous donor, your contribution will be matched, dollar for dollar.

PWCA workshops bring experts and citizens together to grow community support for watershed restoration.
The Wildlife Garden at Merrimac Farm WMA creates an outdoor classroom and improves watershed resiliency.
Thanks to a PWCA initiative, more than 40 miles of Rural Crescent roads were added to the Virginia Scenic Byways Program, the first in Prince William County.

Join us today and receive a copy of The Butterflies and Skippers by Bob Blakney! Your tax deductible donation helps us protect green open spaces and healthy communities close to home. For more information, please email us at or call 703.490.5200.