Watersheds

Brandywine Creek Watershed

Design Credit: Center for Sustainable Communities

Brandywine Creek Projects

“The Brandywine Creek Watershed covers 330 square miles beginning in the Honey Brook area of northern Chester County including Coasesville, Downingtown, West Chester and the central part of Chester and ending in Wilmington Delaware where it joins the Christina River.”

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Chester Creek Watershed

Design Credit: Center for Sustainable Communities

Chester Creek Projects

“Chester Creek is an attractive, winding, and often wooded stream accessible and utilized for many recreational opportunities”

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Crum Creek Watershed

Design Credit: Center for Sustainable Communities

Crum Creek Projects

“Crum Creek, which means ‘crooked creek’ in Dutch, is a Special Protection stream, with the largest Cold Water Fishery and native trout population of our three creeks.”

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Darby-Cobbs Creek Watershed

Design Credit: Center for Sustainable Communities

Darby-Cobbs Creek Projects

“The Darby-Cobbs Watershed drains approximatly 77 square miles, including portions of Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia counties.”

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Delaware River Watershed

Design Credit: Center for Sustainable Communities

Delaware River Projects

“An ambitioius effor is underway to protect and restore the Delaware River Basin’s water quality and overall ecological health.”

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Elk Creek Watershed

Design Credit: Center for Sustainable Communities

Elk Creek Projects

“The Elk Creek Watershed is at a turning point in its history.”

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Neshaminy Creek Watershed

Design Credit: Center for Sustainable Communities

Neshaminy Creek Projects

“The Neshaminy Creek Watershed River Conservation Plan was the product of a 12-moth study of one of Bucks County’s most valuable natural resources.”

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Pennypack Creek Watershed

Design Credit: Center for Sustainable Communities

Pennypack Creek Projects

“Pennypack Creek rises from headwater springs and wetlands in the suburbs of Horsham, Warminster, and Upper Southampton, then gains strength along its middle main stem in Upper Moreland, Bryn Athyn, Lower Morland and Abington.”

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Perkiomen Creek Watershed

Design Credit: Center for Sustainable Communities

Perkiomen Creek Projects

“The Perkiomen Watershed Conservancy’s primary mission is to deliver meaningful Environmental Education, Concervation, and Outreach programs that enhance the quality of life for everyone in the 362-square mile Perkiomen Creek Watershed.”

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Red & White Clay Creek Watershed

Design Credit: Center for Sustainable Communities

Red & White Clay Creek Projects

“The Red Clay Creek Watershed is one of four major watersheds in the 565 sq. mi. Christina Basin.”

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“The White Clay Creek Watershed is one of four major watersheds in the 565 sq. mi. Christina Basin.”

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Ridley Creek Watershed

Design Credit: Center for Sustainable Communities

Ridley Creek Watershed

“Portions of Ridley Creek contain the highest quality water in the region, especially around the wooded areas of Ridley Creek State Park.”

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Schuylkill River Watershed

Design Credit: Center for Sustainable Communities

Schuylkill River Projects

“The Schuylkill River became the first scenic river designated in Pennsylvania and one-quarter of the watershed is designated as high quality or exceptional waters.”

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Tacony-Frankford Creek Watershed

Design Credit: Center for Sustainable Communities

Tacony-Frankford Creek Projects

“TTF’s mission is to improve the health and vitality of the Tookany/Tacony-Frankford Creek and watershed by engaging our communities in education, stewardship, restoration, and advocacy.”

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Wissahickon Creek Watershed

Design Credit: Center for Sustainable Communities

Wissahickon Creek Projects

“The Wissahickon Valley Watershed Association (WVWA) is a non-profit land trust founded in 1957 to protect the quality and beauty of the Wissahickon Creek.”

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