Dunkard Creek is a stream that flows 36.9 miles through Greene County, Pennsylvania and Monongalia County, West Virginia, near the towns of Mount Morris, Pennsylvania, and Blacksville, West Virginia
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Dunkard Creek Watershed
In 1995, the Dunkard Creek Watershed Association, Inc., was created with assistance from the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection (WVDEP), in a statewide movement toward public stewardship of natural resources. Until then, most people seldom if ever considered the fact that they were living in a “watershed.” What is a watershed? A geographic area that contains a common outlet, such as a stream, river, lake or wetland, into which water drains. In Pennsylvania, the Greene County Watershed Alliance and Friends of Dunkard Creek provide stewardship for this two-state waterway.