The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) announced today it will receive public comments and host a virtual public hearing regarding major permit amendment requests from Sunoco Pipeline LP (SPLP) for work near Marsh Creek Lake, Upper Uwchlan Township, Chester County. SPLP submitted major amendment applications for both its Ch. 102 (Erosion and … Read More
In Pennsylvania, more than 287,000 acres and 5,500 miles of streams remain impaired from abandoned mine pollution. Thankfully, in 1977, Congress created the Abandoned Mine Reclamation Fund to help clean up this legacy pollution. The fund, which charges a small fee on every ton of coal taken from the earth, is set to expire in … Read More
Representative Friel Otten encourages constituents to participate in Active Constituent Teams formed around legislative issues of interest or concern to our local communities. An environmental group has recently formed, and they would welcome any members of Trout Unlimited to participate in those conversations if they are residents of the 155th Legislative District. The 155th lies … Read More
The General Warren Village Neighborhood Association needs your support to ensure full clean up and natural protection for this 13.7 acre site located in Chester County, PA on the east side of Malin Road, south of US Route 30. Click here for details and steps you can take.
Please be on the lookout for the Spotted Lantern Fly, an invasive species from Asia with the potential to devastate crops and trees. The Spotted Lantern Fly infestation is in Southeastern Pennsylvania, including Chester County and is spreading. Please use the links to videos below to find out more information on how to identify and destroy this nasty … 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). It is as easy as: SCRUB (scrub off any debris) SPRAY (spray with a 10% bleach solution – away from water since bleach is toxic to wildlife) … Read More