Sunday, October 9, 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm at the Colonial Theater, 227 Bridge St, Phoenixville, PA 19460. Tickets can be had here: https://thecolonialtheatre.com/films/documentaries/bishop-tube/ The General Warren Village Neighborhood Association is fighting to prevent a developer from building homes on the abandoned Bishop Tube property, a toxic site. Join us for a discussion after the … Read More
Sign the petition urging corporations to take responsibility for the open space preservation and clean-up of the toxic Bishop Tube site Stand with residents and urge Johnson Matthey Inc. and Whittaker Corporation to take responsibility for the toxic cleanup and protection of nature that the law and morality dictate. Set back from easy access or view, next to … Read More
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Last October, VFTU volunteers planted vibert boxes with brook trout eggs in small spring runs in the Exton and Yellow Springs areas. Although no brookies were found at the Yellow Springs sight, the Exton site had proved to be successful when it was surveyed in February.
On Friday, January 14, 2022 shortly before 8:00 a.m. there was an explosive water main break under the roadway of Route 401 in the vicinity of the rear driveway to Great Valley High School, between Route 202 and Phoenixville Pike. The repair excavation extended across both west bound lanes causing the road to be closed … Read More
The 13.7 acre Bishop Tube site (located in Chester County PA on the east side of Malin Road, south of US Route 30) has been abused by industry for over 50 years. The site, formerly used to process precious metals and fabricate tubing and pipeline products, is heavily contaminated with chlorinated solvents, acids and heavy … Read More
A Storm Water Initiative presentation with data is now available for viewing with PowerPoint here : Storm water initiative presentation with data
Mandy Nix, Stroud Water Research Center Watershed Education Specialist, received a special award from Valley Forge Trout Unlimited for her outstanding work leading the STREAM Girls program for Stroud for the past 2 years. Take a look at the award presentation here.
HARRISBURG >> The Pennsylvania departments of Environmental Protection (DEP), Agriculture (PDA), and Health (DOH), along with the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC), have issued a “Do Not Eat” advisory for all fish species caught in the Neshaminy Creek basin in Bucks and Montgomery counties due to extremely high levels of Perfluorooctane Sulfonate (PFOS). The … Read More
Please help limit the spread of disease and invasive species. Keep the fish population healthy by cleaning your equipment before getting into Valley Creek or any other waterway. Anchor Fly, a guide service, online educational platform out of WNC and Trout Unlimited Business Partner has recently partnered with Linda Vance, Associate Director of the Center … Read More