The Norwalk River Watershed Association, incorporated in 1996, is a not-for-profit membership organization whose mission is to improve the water quality and fish and wildlife habitats of the 40,000-acre Norwalk River watershed; to restore the riverbanks, meadows and forests through invasive plant abatement and promotion of native species; to encourage recreational use of the river, its trails and the surrounding open space; and to promote research, legislative advocacy, education, cooperation, and action on the part of the stakeholders in the seven watershed towns in CT (Ridgefield, Redding, Wilton, New Canaan, Weston, and Norwalk) and NY (Lewisboro).

Become a Norwalk River Watershed Association Member

Download Membership Form. General members are invited to free programs and activities.  They also receive NRWA's newsletter "In the Mainstream," which lists activities and updates members on pertinent problems, progress, projects, and programs within the watershed.  Membership rates start at $30.  Please make your tax-deductable donation payable to NRWA, Inc., and send to the address below.

Norwalk River Watershed Association, Inc.
P.O. Box 197
Georgetown, CT 06829


Clean-up at Oyster Shell Park

River Bank Restoration at Oyster Shell Park

Clean-up at Oyster Shell Park

Pulling Invasive Barberry at Aldrich Park

River Clean-up Upstream






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