• Thorn Creek Project
    The CWA completed another instream habitat improvement project this fall on Thorn Creek. The project consisted of a five section modified mud sill with extended sill logs for increased fish habitat. In addition, cross logs were installed on a tributary to provide grade control and thermal refuge for cold water species during the summer months.
  • Tagged Trout Data
    Over the last several years, the CWA has been stocking tagged trout throughout the watershed in hopes to gain some insight on how fish move in our waterways. If you are an angler visiting one of the local waterways, be on the lookout for tagged rainbow trout. These fish have a metal clip attached to …
  • Sullivan Run Project
    A compilation of some of the work completed on Sullivan Run in Alameda Park this past summer. In conjunction with the Large Woody Debris installation from 2020, we are looking forward to seeing the effect on watershed health these projects had. Special thanks to our partners – PA Fish and Boat Commission, Butler County Parks …
  • Trout Movement Study
    Attention anglers. Please help out the CWA this year by reporting any tagged rainbow trout that you catch in the Connoquenessing Creek Watershed. More information can be found on signs like these found along Trout Stocked Waters throughout the region.
  • The Monitor – Winter 2020-2021
    In order to best keep our members and friends informed of current projects and news, the CWA has brought back our newsletter, The Monitor. Inside this edition, you can find news of our latest stream restoration projects, partnership activities in our local area, and upcoming plans for our group. Monitor Winter 2021