RAIN DOESN'T DAMPEN SPIRITS at
BWA's TENTH ANNUAL PLANT SALE
THANKS to our Sponsors, Vendors, Suppliers
and hard working committee, led by Chris Perry
SAVE THE DATES! CHECK BACK SOON FOR INFO ON UPCOMING BWA EVENTS
JUNE 15 - CHERRY VALLEY FESTIVAL
McMICHAEL KAYAK SOJOURN - DATE CHANGED TO SEPTEMBER 28
AUGUST 11 - PARADISE RAMBLE
KALAHARI WATER PARK CHANGES COURSE ON WATER SUPPLY
After taking a second look at their plans to remove 500,000 gallons per day of water from the headwaters of Swiftwater Creek and sending that water to the bottom of the watershed for treatment, developers of the Kalahari Water Park decided to get their water from the Brodhead Creek by way of the water line on Rt 611.
It means a lot of pipes and pumps, but is a better solution that drying up the Swiftwater headwaters - which would have happened in dry years. In those times, there simply is not enough water in the headwaters to meet Kalahari's needs.
Read about BWA's involvement in this decision.
THE INCREDIBLE ARTISTIC RAIN BARRELS ARE OUT AT NEW HOMES
Visit www.mcconservation.org to find their locations
Or print this map and take a ride to see them all.
(This beauty, "About to Rise" was painted by Don Baylor and can be found outside Dunklebergers Sporting Goods in Stroudsburg)
1500 ACRE PRESERVE WILL PROTECT BRODHEAD AND PARADISE READ MORE
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