Category: Guest Blog

Four Takeaways from Cleaning Up at Tacony Creek Park with Bennett Compost

Four Takeaways from Cleaning Up at Tacony Creek Park with Bennett Compost

This blog is a repost from OneBeautifulPlanet.org. Find the original article here. We just met a hero on social media. Razvan Dominic Ionescu of OneBeautifulPlanet found out about Bennett Compost […]

Eagle Scout leads fencing & invasive plant removal at Abington Friends School (AFS)!

Eagle Scout leads fencing & invasive plant removal at Abington Friends School (AFS)!

TTF’s very first restoration project broke ground along Jenkintown Creek as part of the groundbreaking Delaware River Watershed Initiative at the creek’s headwaters at Abington Friends School in 2014, nine […]

Mapping Our Watershed: Community Science and Art in Cheltenham Township

Mapping Our Watershed: Community Science and Art in Cheltenham Township

We are excited to work once again with Rebecca Schultz as well as Cheltenham Center for the Arts on the vastly creative and community-uniting project, Mapping Our Watershed. Through six […]

Garfield Refining & TTF Watershed Partnership Beautify Northeast Philly

Garfield Refining & TTF Watershed Partnership Beautify Northeast Philly

This piece is a guest blog, written by the team at Garfield Refining. TTF is delighted to work with a partner as passionate and dedicated as Garfield Refining to keep […]

TTF Streamkeeper Testifies at Philadelphia City Council about Road Salt

TTF Streamkeeper Testifies at Philadelphia City Council about Road Salt

Testimony for City Council Hearing on Issues Around Road Salting These past few months, we’ve paid a lot of attention to the impact of road salt on our waterways. Working […]

Julie Slavet, TTF Executive Director honored with Conservation Award by Wyncote Audubon Society

Julie Slavet, TTF Executive Director honored with Conservation Award by Wyncote Audubon Society

We are so honored to share these words with you to celebrate the recognition of the Tookany/Tacony-Frankford Watershed Partnership’s Executive Director with the John Dornan Conservation Award by the Wyncote […]

Why were they digging big holes in the lawn at Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel?

Why were they digging big holes in the lawn at Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel?

We are excited to share this article as a guest blog, reposted from Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel. You can find the original here. We are honored to work together with Reform […]

Watershed Districts: The Case for Environmental Gerrymandering

Watershed Districts: The Case for Environmental Gerrymandering

Watershed Districts: The Case for Environmental Gerrymandering* By David Bell We usually think of ourselves as living in a particular city, town, or neighborhood. What if we considered ourselves to […]

Let’s Talk About Equity in Green Infrastructure, by a Friend of the TTF Watershed

Let’s Talk About Equity in Green Infrastructure, by a Friend of the TTF Watershed

Guest Blog by John Raisch TTF recently recognized John for his work with an annual Friend of the TTF Watershed Milestones award. You can read more about John here and […]

2021 is the Year of Water at Awbury! Did you know our creek starts way up there?

2021 is the Year of Water at Awbury! Did you know our creek starts way up there?

This blog is reposted from Awbury Arboretum. You can read the original post here.  We are so proud that Awbury recognized the work of Julie Slavet, our Executive Director, back […]

Bringing New Narratives to the Circuit Trails – Enjoy TrailOff This Summer in Tacony Creek Park.

Bringing New Narratives to the Circuit Trails – Enjoy TrailOff This Summer in Tacony Creek Park.

This blog is reposted from the Pennsylvania Environment Council. You can read the original post here. TTF Watershed is proud to promote TrailOff again this summer! If you didn’t get […]

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