Welcome to the LRCA

RiverFest Saturday May 11, 2019

RiverFest 2018 Highlights

The Lackawanna River Conservation Association (LRCA) was created by local citizens in 1987 to promote the restoration and conservation of the Lackawanna River and its watershed resources in the great Northeast Pennsylvania.  The LRCA is a nonprofit, nonpolitical organization promoting our river through education, public involvement, consensus building, partnerships and hands on opportunities for young and old.  Since 1987, the LRCA has worked pro-actively with other community groups and public agencies to plan and promote projects which are addressing the issues of water pollution, recreation, community development, land and water conservation, public involvement with their river and watershed, and the public policy decision making which affects the river and watershed.  We depend on the support and informed involvement of our fellow citizens.

Help us promote a revitalized Lackawanna River!



Choose Clean Water Coalition

"Story of the Lackawanna River"  Video by Christopher Marino

"Lackawanna River - A New Tomorrow"  Video copyright LRCA 2003

Lackawanna River Clean  A Better Way to Manage Stormwater (info)

Lower Lackawanna River Watershed Restoration & Assessment Plan Report
Executive Summary   Final Report   Appendix A   Appendix B   Appendix C

Stormwater Management (MS4 & CSO) System Review

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