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Levittown Mother’s Day Tree Planting
Join G.O.A.L ( Greenbelt Overhaul Alliance of Levittown ) this Saturday May 10th, for a memorable Mother’s Day Tree Planting. We are expecting nice weather in Levittown, Pennsylvania this weekend and it will be an opportunity to do something really special with and for your mother, while doing your part to help ensure a green planet for future generations. We will be meeting at 9:00 am, at Willow Road and Millcreek Parkway, Levittown PA . Please remember to bring a water bottle. Everything else that you will need will be provided.
Wednesday April 23 6:30 @ BT 2501 Bath Road
“Why use Native vs non-native plants in your yard”
reduce your watering and increase your butterflies and other pollinators
2014 Earth Day Work Day at Silver Lake Nature Center
Saturday, April 19th from 9am to 2pm
Silver Lake Nature Center, in conjunction with The DOW Chemical Company, G.O.A.L. (Greenbelt Overhaul Alliance of Levittown), Leck Waste Services, and Keep PA Beautiful, invites the Community to come out to celebrate the Earth by helping to clean her up!
We will be cleaning up our watershed, the Mill Creek-Otter Creek Watershed, by picking up litter and debris on and around Magnolia and Silver Lakes, as well as the channel in between the two. This will be done by kayak, canoe, and on foot.
Those who volunteer for the full four hours (9am-1pm) AND have registered in advance, will be provided a free lunch, from 1 to 2pm.
Participants are strongly encouraged to wear closed-toe shoes, clothes that they do not mind getting wet and muddy, and to also bring a refillable water bottle.
We will meet at Silver Lake Nature Center’s Visitors’ Building, located at 1306 Bath Road, Bristol, PA 19007, at 9am.
|Location : Silver Lake Nature Center AuditoriumContact : Jennifer Lee Bilger|
|Meet in the Center’s auditorium at 9am to sign in, get breakfast, and be assigned a group! RSVP: 215.785.1177 X14 or email@example.com|
Composting at Home
Three Penn State Master Gardeners will be presenting Composting at Home
We will also be raffling off a Home Compost Bin!! $100 Value!!
March, 26 at the Bristol Township Senior Center, 2501 Bath Road, Bristol Pa.
The program starts at 6:30 PM.
Come learn about the benefits of Home Composting as well as the do’s and don’ts of composting.
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to Feb 26 8:00pm
Speaker Megan Rogalus “Residential Storm water Control”
Bristol Twp auditorium.
2501 Bath Road, Bristol, Pa.,19007
Followed by Bristol Twp EAC meeting open to the public, all are welcome.
This Event has been rescheduled for 1/29/2014 at the same time and location
Join us for a seminar on recycling of construction materials by Revolution Recovery
Presented by Fern Gookin
Bristol Township’s new Single Stream Recycling program
Presented by Chuck Raudenbush
Light snacks & refreshments will be provided
This event will be held at the Bristol Township Building, located at 2501 Bath Road, Bristol, Pa.,19007
From 6:30 to 8:00 PM. The topic will be about “Single Stream Recycling” .
An opportunity will be available to register for a future tour of Waste Management’s Material Recycling Facility (MRF), in Philadelphia.
This will be followed with a BT EAC meeting, that is open to the public.
Come and learn what this means to the residents, the township, and the environment.
Thank you for your interest in the Tidal Delaware River as a National Recreation Area. Below you will find a link to download the National Parks Service Tidal Delaware River Reconnaissance Survey.
Continue reading to find more information about the Tidal Delaware River National Recreation Area designation and to attend a “debriefing” by the National Parks Service.
|WHAT’S NEXT FOR THE TIDAL DELAWARE RIVER?|
|All along the Tidal Delaware, there is a deliberate effort underway to provide additional opportunities for public access and enjoyment of this amazing river.|
Visionary leaders, such as you, have proposed and implemented numerous investments in recreational trails, historic sites, river access facilities, esplanades, parks, new neighborhoods and commercial areas with much more to come!
More than three years ago the Pennsylvania Environmental Council (PEC) and sixty partner organizations, gathered on the Camden riverfront to discuss our shared interest in celebrating the Tidal Delaware River and making its numerous cultural and natural sites more “visitor-ready.” Based on more than a year of research, PEC identified National Recreation Area designation by the National Park Service (NPS) as the way to achieve this objective. After a prolonged process, on September 16, 2013, the NPS delivered a Reconnaissance Survey that recommended against National Recreation Area designation of the Tidal Delaware.
PEC has scheduled a “debriefing” with the NPS on December 12, at 3:00 pm at 2 Riverside Dr Camden, NJ 08103 . Representing the NPS will be Allen Cooper, Director of Planning (Northeast Region) who will explain their findings and perspective. I invite you to participate in the discussion (register here) knowing that you understand the cultural, historical and recreational assets that make the Tidal Delaware River an exciting resource of great national significance. It is our responsibility to ask questions, assess our options, and to advocate for this long neglected River. Will you join us?
NATIONAL RECREATION AREA DESIGNATION TIMELINE
2009-10 Options assessment process conducted by PEC
June 4, 2010: Review of National Recreation Areas in New York, Minneapolis & San Francisco
June 4, 2010: Congresspersons Andrews & Schwartz request that NPS perform an assessment of the tidal Delaware resource
July 26, 2010: NPS promises to undertake the reconnaissance study
October 18, 2011: NPS announces the start of the assessment
September 9, 2013: NPS delivers the assessment to requesting Congresspersons
Click here to register for this event (a free “ticket” is required)
Farm & Home Center, Lancaster, PA
Saturday, December 14, 2013
By enhancing your woods or creating natural areas on your lot, you can attract & support wildlife, reduce your energy costs, clean our water & air and enjoy the aesthetics of a diverse vegetative landscape.
Keynote presentation by Douglas Tallamy, PhD., and author of the award-winning book Bringing Nature Home, How Native Plants Sustain Wildlife in Our Gardens
Participants must register by December 9th
Topics will include:
- Building biological corridors on your property
- Top trees & shrubs for wildlife
- Invasive plant control
- The mushrooms and wild flowers of Penn’s woods
- Planting habitat on the edge
- Riparian Buffers
Cost: $30 per individual or $50 for 2 people from the same household;lunch, materials and refreshments included
For more information or to register visit: www.forestryforthebay.
Lancaster Farm and Home Center
1383 Arcadia Road