Stewards of the Creek
Keep our creek clean and alive
Once a haven for fishing, crabbing and boating, Spa Creek has been classified as a highly impaired urban watershed.
Our mission is to clean up Spa Creek from the headwaters to the Severn River, educate the public about the link between human lifestyles and the health of the watershed, and to seek funding for projects to reduce erosion, stormwater runoff, and pollution.
Learn more about the Spa Creek Conservancy
Become Part of the Solution
Spa Creek Conservancy is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to making Spa Creek swimmable and fishable again.
The water in Spa Creek is being tested in seven locations every Thursday morning, rain or shine, throughout the summer and twice monthly in September and October. The following water …
Please consider making a donation that will make a difference for Spa Creek Conservancy helping to fund on-going projects.
The water in Spa Creek is being tested in seven locations every Thursday morning, rain or shine, throughout the summer and twice monthly in September and October.
Water samples are collected under the scientific direction of Environmental Center at Anne Arundel Community College Associate Professor Tammy Domanski, Ph.D. Staff at AACC analyze the water samples and data is posted within 24 hours.
Latest Spa Creek News
Keep up with what we are doing
Restoration Projects on Spa Creek
Restoration projects on Spa Creek have been underway since 2008. The projects range in size from small rain gardens to multi-million dollar restorations of the headwaters. The map below indicates …
Bill Signed to Stop Sediment Pollution
Governor Moore signed SB 471, a bill designed to curtail sediment pollution from construction sites, into law. Arundel Rivers Federation celebrated a huge win for clean water on Monday as …
Resources for a sustainable lifestyle in Maryland and in particular along Spa Creek in Annapolis. See what you can do to keep our creek clean and alive