The Whisman Giordano team cares about the environment and was happy to support the efforts of the Brandywine Red Clay Alliance. The organization’s history traces back to 1945 when a handful of concerned citizens realized poorly treated wastewater and soil erosion posed serious threats to creeks and water supplies. This group founded the Brandywine Valley Association, the first small watershed association in America, and in 1952, the Red Clay Valley Association was formed. In 2015, these two dedicated organizations merged to form the Brandywine Red Clay Alliance. They are committed to improving the quality and quantity of water and local natural resources through education and action such as clean-ups, working with area governments and businesses to prevent pollution, and much more.