The Common Waters Fund is designed to protect drinking water and partners have identified priority areas that are the most important for producing drinking water. These locations have been determined by analyzing several water quality and forestland assessments for the Upper Delaware region.

To determine your eligibility, you will be asked to enter an address or other geographic information to locate a map of your property area. You will then draw a boundary on this map to represent your property boundary. When you submit this information, your eligibility for the Common Waters Fund program will be determined and results presented immediately.

Eligibility is determined using LandServer™, an online conservation assessment tool developed by the Pinchot Institute for Conservation. LandServer is constantly expanding features and geographic coverage; to stay informed about LandServer please visit www.landserver.org.

Eligibility Determined by Landserver