Category: Montgomery County

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 […]

Blitzing for TTF Chloride in Summer 2023!

Blitzing for TTF Chloride in Summer 2023!

In June, several Streamkeepers from TTF and the Pennypack Ecological Restoration Trust met at Ethel Jordan Park to continue the second year of Chloride Blitz sampling. Last year, TTF began […]

Sanchez and Tookany/Tacony-Frankford Watershed Partnership secure $175K grant

This blog is a repost from PAHouse.com. See the original news release here. Rep. Ben Sanchez153rd District / Montgomery County Sanchez and Tookany/Tacony-Frankford Watershed Partnership secure $175K grant Rep. Ben Sanchez    January 9, […]

Stream Smart brings healthier creeks to homes & communities!

Stream Smart brings healthier creeks to homes & communities!

As 2022 comes to a close, so will the multi-year Stream Smart Program funded through the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation  and coordinated by our partner, the Pennsylvania Environmental Council. […]

Learning to fish the TTF with Legacy, Land and Water Partners

Learning to fish the TTF with Legacy, Land and Water Partners

This fall, for the first time, TTF hosted fishing programs! We partnered with Todd Pride of Legacy, Land and Water Partners, an organization that provides both on-site hands-on and virtual […]

Jenkintown Creek Neighbors are Stream Smart

Jenkintown Creek Neighbors are Stream Smart

By Ryan Neuman, Upstream Conservation Leader This Spring, we hosted a workshop at Manor College in Jenkintown to unveil the beginning of a new program called Stream Smart. Stream Smart […]

TTF supports Adoption of Cheltenham Riparian Corridor Ordinance

Cheltenham Township recently hosted two well-attended educational meetings as part of its process for reviewing a Riparian Corridor Ordinance. TTF’s Executive Director, Julie Slavet, expressed TTF’s strong support in favor […]

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