Time to celebrate!

The annual Membership Celebration will be held Friday, Oct. 2, at Northampton Community College's Monroe Campus. Find out who's being honored, what food and fun will be had that evening, and how to register: click here.

 

Donations are also being accepted for the evening's silent auction. To donate an item, please download this form, and mail or email it to the BWA at addresses listed on form.

 

Thank you to our River Patron, PPL Electric Utilities.

 


 

Hike to Fall Creek/Bower Run

1 to 4:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 20

 

Naturalists Don Miller and Jim Connor will lead this hike along McMichael Creek on the grounds of Pohoqualine Fishing Association. This is a rare opportunity to hike on property not always open to the public.

 

Suggested donation is $5 for members, $10 for nonmembers; children under 12 hike for free.

 

For more information, click here.

 

To register, contact Pocono Heritage Land Trust at 570-424-1514 or info@phlt.org.

 


 

Walk to Long Swamp

10 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 26

 

In the third hike of the free Get Outdoors Poconos series, Carol Hillestad will lead the way on a suspended wooden trail through Long Swamp. This boreal bog is in Dingmans Ferry.

 

For information on this and other hikes in the series, click here.

 


 

New resource in environmental responsibility

What is your government obligated to do for the environment?

 

The Delaware Riverkeeper Network has created a resource

that explains the legal obligations of all levels of government, in regard

to environmental protection. For more information about the Environmental

Rights Amendment of the Pennsylvania Constitution, and the Delaware

Riverkeeper Network's explanation of it, click here.

 


 

GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT

FOR THE LOWER BRODHEAD

 

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Al Johnson, chairman of BWA's Development Committee

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