Partnerships and collaboration between rural and urban best management practices, home, farm, and business owners, local agencies, and commercial partners are needed for us to work together to improve our watersheds, reduce flooding, promote commerce, and take action to keep our surface waters healthy!
Your contribution will support PSCW’s mission in the following ways:
- Monthly Educational Forums
- Special Workshops
- Water Quality Monitoring
- Technical Assistance
- Volunteer Opportunities
Become a Member
Becoming a Member shows that you value healthy watersheds in your community and beyond! With your annual membership, you will receive a PSCW water bottle and logo decal, be recognized in our annual newsletter and at PSCW events, and receive guidance to water quality ideas, resources, projects, and funding assistance.*
Student Membership: $20
Individual Membership: $40
Household Membership: $70
*Memberships renew at the beginning of each calendar year. The membership fee is a flat rate, and is not prorated based on the time of purchase. Renewal is not automatic; you will receive a notice at the beginning of each calendar year. Memberships can be cancelled anytime, but refunds will not be issued.
Become a Funding Partner
Partnerships with local municipalities and businesses are essential to help our organization thrive. PSCW offers benefits associated with partnering organizations, including PSCW promotional materials and company recognition at various levels.
GoFundMe Snapshot Kit Fundraiser
We are raising money to purchase supplies water quality monitoring kits and lab analysis needed for our Snapshot events! These materials are crucial for the continuation of our water quality database in Scott County. Click on the GoFundMe campaign below to learn more.
Would you rather support us by writing a check or giving cash? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or send check/cash to:
Partners of Scott County Watersheds
c/o Natural Resources
1200 E 46th St.
Davenport, IA 52807
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