Since 1987, the LRCA has been working towards a revitalized river, bound by parks, with clean water and safe public access.
Our mission is to involve citizens of the Lackawanna River Watershed with conservation and stewardship of the River, its tributaries, and water resources. Our goals are to clean up and conserve the River environment, aid in the development of the 40-mile Lackawanna River Heritage Trail, create stakeholder partnerships, and promote environmental education, conservation studies, and research. Our organization is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit, which means your donations to us are tax deductible!
Your support for our non profit also aids the work of our environmental affiliate, the Lackawanna Valley Conservancy (LVC). To preserve natural areas in the watershed, the LVC works with property owners, municipalities, and other agencies to acquire properties through conservation easements. The LRCA and LVC work together to help preserve over 100,000 acres of natural and scenic watershed lands across the region.
Sundays from 10 AM to 12PM:
June 13 along the Providence Reach
in North Scranton
This is a preserve owned by the LRCA's affiliate, the Lackawanna Valley Conservancy (LVC) and maintained by the LRCA and many volunteers.
The Lackawanna River Conservation Association (LRCA) is pleased to announce our SECOND Lackawanna River Virtual Paddle Challenge.
We challenge all our regular
Canoe-A-Thon kayak & canoe paddlers and newcomers to join in on this paddle sport competition on the
We are pleased to announce that LRCA is conducting a “Street Sweeping Contest”. Work must be completed and submissions received by July 1st
Lackawanna River Conservation Association (LRCA) , once again, had to postpone its major fundraiser because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The LRCA Ducks are patiently awaiting Saturday, September 25, 2021 for a scaled down RiverFest 2021. The cash prizes of $500, $250, $100 will be announced from the entries of the winning duck number and the lucky person will be chosen,
1st, 2nd, and 3rd place, respectively.
Ducks tickets are available for
$5 individual duck, $10 for a gaggle of three or
$20 for a flock of eight.
To purchase duck tickets, stop by our office(call or email to make an appointment), on-line at Duck-A-Thon or purchase at the LRCA information tent during RiverFest 2021
on Saturday, September 25, 2021.