Trail User Resources

Trail User Resources

American Rivers

Nonprofit conservation organization dedicated to protecting and restoring rivers nationwide.

The Brenham Community Center

The staff at Brenham Community Center makes it their goal to help enrich the lives of our residents by providing support, information, and resources needed for a well sustainable life.  The children at the Center worked on a water conservation project and wanted to share this very informative link on Water Conservation with our community! Water Conservation

Clean Water Action

This national organization promotes clean, safe and affordable water, creates environmentally-safe jobs and businesses, and reduces pollution through empowering citizens to become active in the democratic process.

Department of Conservation & Natural Resources

This department manages and preserves the 116 state parks, 2.1 million acres of state forestland, and multitude of rivers, trails, greenways, public parks and more within the state of Pennyslvania, and provides information on ecological and geologic resources while establishing community conservation partnerships.

Department of Environmental Protection-Southwest Region

This department works to protect Pennsylvania’s air, land and water from pollution and promotes a cleaner environment for the health of its citizens by partnering with individuals, organizations, governments and businesses to restore our natural resources.

Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission

This organization provides fishing & boating opportunities and protecting and managing aquatic resources.

Pennsylvania Water Trails Program

This program is the result of collaboration of various statewide departments and organizations with the goal of supporting and developing Pennsylvania’s water trail systems at a local and regional level.

Penn Future

This organization enforces environmental laws and advocates for the transformation of public policy, public opinion and the marketplace to restore and protect the environment and safeguard public health.


This partnership between cultural, environmental and political initiatives works within cities to interact with and develop their rivers or waterfronts as cultural spaces. It is an informal network for the international exchange of ideas, projects, experiences, and expertise.

River Network

This organization supports grassroots river and watershed conservation groups by providing a forum to link activists with river information, resources and services.

US Army Corp of Engineers

This branch plans, designs, builds and operates water resources and other civil works projects (navigation, flood control, environmental protection, disaster response, etc.).

US Geological Survey

Federal source for science about the Earth, its natural and living resources, natural hazards, and the environment.

Wilderness Voyageurs

This group offers guided and inclusive bike tours including Pittsburgh to D.C., a Civil War Tour, and an Americana Tour, as well as kayak trips and whitewater rafting.