Community. Ecology. Advocacy.
We seek to support, promote, and foster quality of life in the North Hills of Allegheny County through the protection and improvement of a healthy and biologically diverse local environment.
For the past 50 years, the council has volunteered to successively study watershed dynamics to inform our municipal leaders, monitor water quality in our streams, and provide educational opportunities.
We are the voice of concern in the North Hills of Allegheny County.
Our annual seedling sale provides members the opportunity to purchase trees, shrubs, and wildflowers for their property or school.
Years Serving communities
Formed in 1969 by a group of concerned North Hills residents, inspired by a YWCA lecture series, “Our Perishable Planet”.
Our service area touches 14 municipalities in the North Hills. Over 80% of the Pine Creek Watershed is located in Hampton, McCandless, Pine, Shaler, and Richland.
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