The Morris Creek watershed is located approximately 25 miles southeast of Charleston, West Virginia, near the town of Montgomery. Morris Creek is a tributary of the upper Kanawha River. The watershed spans a little over 5 miles, north to south, and covers approximately seven and a half square miles.
“The MCWA is made up of citizens from the local area joining together in an effort to protect and improve the Morris Creek watershed for the benefit of all citizens. Our mission is to improve the safety of the Morris Creek watershed, restore it’s natural beauty, and provide recreational opportunities. Our goals are to return the Morris Creek watershed to a safe environment for all residents while restoring the water quality to a condition capable of supporting both aquatic life and local recreational activities.” (MCWA Mission Statement)
Together with the help of our partners, we have focused nearly two million dollars toward environmental challenges in the Morris Creek area. Funding used to heal environmental problems is also leveraged to spur multiple partnerships in education. From local K-12 schools, to Trade Schools and Community Colleges, to major Universities from all over the country, the MCWA works hard to maximize the return on your donations.
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