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Retain the Rain! Rain Barrel Art Challenge

Enter to win the Rain Barrel Art Challenge HERE. Winners will design and paint a rain barrel! Help keep creeks clean by minimizing polluted stormwater runoff generated from roof tops, driveways, sidewalks, and streets. Pollutants from these surfaces are carried to streams and the
Delaware River during rain events. The goal of Retain the Rain is to educate the community about the ways in which pollution finds its way to our streams, to promote overall community awareness of the problem, and to encourage actions which minimize water pollution.


Where in the Watershed Walk #9 -

Brodhead Canyon Redux & Glen Park


Sun, November 16, 1pm – 5pm


More details HERE


 

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SUMMER FECAL COLIFORM MONITORING update -

Brodhead and McMichael report

 

All DEP funded data for 2014

 

Learn more about our Creek Walkers project - info

Streamwatch Site Markers  installed around the watershed.

 

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LOOKING FOR MORE INFO ON PA STREAMS?        CLICK HERE!

IMPAIRED STREAMS IN THE BRODHEAD WATERSHED   CLICK

 

Read more about native plants, their value, and the problem of invasive plants   HERE

1500 ACRE PRESERVE WILL PROTECT BRODHEAD AND PARADISE  CREEKS  READ MORE   DOWNLOAD OUR TRAIL MAP: TEXT        mAp

 

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Since it was founded in 1989, the Brodhead Watershed Association has been active in protecting your water quality. As a non-profit organization we rely on donations and volunteers to keep us going... Learn more

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MEMBER Spotlight

 

 

Jackie and Darryl Speicher stand outside the Kettle Creek Environmental Education Center on Friday, September 26, 2014. The two operate the Pocono Avian Research Center which recently recieved the Environmental Partnership Award from the Pennsylvania Environmental Council.

Congratulations to Jackie and Darryl Speicher

Winners of the 2014 Environmental Partnership Award 

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Your "Watershed Address" describes where a raindrop that falls on the roof of your home will travel, from the smallest springlet in your backyard to a headwaters tributary, and on to larger and larger streams until finally reaching the Delaware River and eventually the Atlantic Ocean. FIND YOURS TODAY »


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