An informed and passionate public is one of the greatest deciding factors in any watershed. Recognizing this ACWA has worked to provide education on the problems facing the watershed and the work being done to improve the watershed. ACWA also works to encourage the public to enjoy the watershed and unique opportunities it provides. These efforts lead to dedicated volunteers willing to work hard for the goal of restoring Anderson Creek. The general public also becomes more supportive of restoration efforts and informed about potential threats to the watershed, or work being done.
To complete these goals ACWA has created a display board which highlights their efforts, and worked to have a series of article published in the local newspapers. ACWA has hosted tours of the watershed, and community events that aim to educate the public. ACWA also holds it monthly meetings which are open to the public.