The Tippecanoe County Partnership for Water Quality (TCPWQ) is committed to water quality and promoting stewardship of resources through partnership and public education.
As of a coalition of local governments' National Pollution Discharge Elimination System stormwater permit, we are dedicated to improving water quality in Tippecanoe County. The Wabash River, as well as all the creeks and streams that feed it, are vital to maintaining an environmentally and economically viable community. As a resident, business owner, developer, or educator, there are opportunities to join with us and enhance the quality of our water. Look for more information on how to volunteer, explore, learn, and enjoy the incredible water resources we have.
Register now to volunteer for the Wonders on the Wabash rafting event!
Join us for this educational rafting event on the Wabash River for middle school students from Tippecanoe County. More information about the event and what to expect can be found on the Wonders on the Wabash page.
De-Trash the Wabash is scheduled for Saturday, November 2nd from 9 am to noon.
Help our community and all communities downstream by participating in this one day effort to remove as much trash and debris from the banks of the Wabash River. Please wear sturdy shoes and bring your water bottle. All supplies are provided, and there will be a free pizza lunch for volunteers!