Native Plant Sale

Friday and Saturday, June 1-2

Our popular annual sale, where gardeners can get those rare and environmentally responsible plants to beautify their yards. For details and a printable list of plants, click here.

 

THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS!

 

 


 

Spring Streamlines!

In the latest edition of BWA's quarterly newsletter, read about the many new projects happening in the watershed, including:

  • the Stroudsburg pocket park
  • the Plan for Clean Water
  • a feasibility study to build a new hiking trail
  • construction of Brodhead Creek Heritage Center
  • plans for the annual Native Plant Sale
  • a new hiking booklet!

It's all in the spring edition of Streamlines.

 


 

 

Plan for Clean Water

Read about BWA's latest environmental effort: to help municipalities decide where to spend their land/water preservation dollars. This project is funded by a grant from the Open Space Institute. Read more about it here.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Creating a new park in Stroudsburg

 

Learn more about the Urban Nature Space project – and how you can help create a new park in downtown Stroudsburg!  – by clicking here.


 

Environmental Alerts!

BWA has a new way for you to learn about important environmental issues in the news. See our new BWA Environmental Alerts page here.

 

The page includes "Report on MCCD," a column by Paula Heeschen, former Pocono Record editorial page editor, reporting on the Monroe County Conservation District's monthly board meetings.

 


 

MEMBER SPOTLIGHT

 

Strauser Nature's Helpers considers environmental protection part of its business. Zech Strauser's landscape company is a longtime Adopt-a-Stream sponsor and Native Plant Sale sponsor.

 

Read more about Zech and Strauser Nature's Helpers in the Member Spotlight.

 

Help create the Brodhead Creek Heritage Center!

Click here for details.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE NEW HIKING BOOK
IS HERE!

Volume 2 of the "Get Outdoors Poconos" trail guide

 

Volumes 1 and 2 are available for pickup at the BWA office, in the lower level of 425 Carlton Road, Mount Pocono, Pa.

 

PRINT OUR 2018 ACTIVITIES CALENDAR

 

Where is your Watershed?

watershed map

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

SEE A PROBLEM IN A STREAM?

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