Your membership can help us accomplish our goals and mission by supporting outreach and planning that promote watershed protection such as development of the annual Ohio Stormwater Conference, grant funded stormwater best management practice projects, stream cleanups, watershed tours and other events, research and watershed studies, and workshops and educational presentations. As a member, you can attend TCWP Board Meetings as a non-voting member and stay up-to-date with the latest watershed news as well as learn all the ways that you can volunteer your time to help restore and protect our watershed.
We have made it easier than ever to become a member. You can become a member online*, or download, print, and fill out our membership form and place it in the mail. We now offer three membership types: a business membership, non-profit membership, and an individual/family membership. Your membership shows you support clean water and healthy habitats, and we are very grateful for all memberships.
Contact Kate at [email protected] or 330-963-6243 for more information.
*Paying for membership online is easy! Simply click on the donation button in the upper left corner and you will be redirected to Paypal. All major credit cards are accepted. Make sure in Purpose text box to include the membership, and your name. You choose the amount you would like to donate to become a member.
What We Provide for Our Member Communities
We are working to achieve our goals by continually strengthening our relationships with the watershed communities. We are doing this by creating educational opportunities for residents, children, and elected officials. We are also committed to creating model resource management examples through grant writing and community collaboration.
Providing services to our Community Members is extremely important. Community Memberships are available for communities within the Tinker’s Creek watershed which allow us to continue to provide them with watershed protection and planning services. The group assists communities with NPDES compliance, and we provide education and resources to elected officials about smart growth initiatives, best management practices, and policies and ordinances that help protect our water resources.