The Unitarian Universalist Church at Washington Crossing was recently awarded certification as a River Friendly Community Partner by the Watershed Association due to a long time and long term commitment to environmental stewardship. According to the Watershed Association, “This River-Friendly status means the organizations have taken steps to protect water quality, conserve water, improve wildlife habitat, and educate their community members about environmental stewardship.”
“The church is a model in how to steward the land and community to protect our streams and water, and they’ve set an example of how individual action can make a difference in protecting our environment. Not only are they the first organization to meet the standards necessary to become a Community Partner, but they also reached Gold-Level recognition, which is the highest level of River-Friendly certification.”
Read more about this partnership here.
Read Barbara Drew’s article “River Friendly Green and Gold” here.
Interested in becoming involved at UUCWC? Contact EarthMinistry@uucwc.org.