Foundation for Pennsylvania Watersheds

The Foundation for Pennsylvania Watersheds, formerly known as the Western Pennsylvania Watershed Program, is a grant-making foundation that invests in local efforts to protect healthy, natural streams, to clean up pollution and to restore degraded wildlife habitat. We are a source of matching funds for local, state and federal grants. We provide matching grant funds to both small and large groups and organizations throughout most of the Commonwealth (we currently do not service areas east of the Susquehanna River).

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9697 Loop Rd
Alexandria, Pennsylvania 16611

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