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The Spring Edition Of Environmental Currents Now Available From Brandywine Conservancy

Chester County-based Brandywine Conservancy recently released the spring edition of its quarterly Environmental Currents publication. Articles include:

-- A recap of the public meetings held for the Brandywine Water Trail study being conducted by the Brandywine Conservancy and the Chester County Planning Commission, as well as a link to take a survey about the proposed project;

-- An interview with Ellen Shultzabarger, Pennsylvania's new State Forester / Director of the Bureau of Forestry;

-- A blog about new technology impacting what we know about bird migration;

an invasive species spotlight article on Lesser celandine (Ficaria verna);  and

-- Do You Need Stewardship Help With Your Easement?

Click Here to read a copy

For more information on programs, initiatives and upcoming events, visit the Brandywine Conservancy website.  Click Here to sign up for regular updates from the Conservancy (middle of the webpage.)  Visit the Conservancy’s Blog, Like the Conservancy on Facebook and Follow them on Instagram.


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[Posted: March 25, 2019]


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