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Streams and water quality studied in London Grove

By ACL, 07/09/2014, Categories: In Print

At the meeting was a discussion of water monitoring devices that could be placed in streams to measure levels of pollutants that could then be reported to the Department of Environmental Protection.

Brandywine Conservancy seeks volunteers for OASD tree planting

By ACL, 04/23/2014, Categories: In Print

The Brandywine Conservancy is seeking volunteers to help plant 1,200 native hardwood trees in Oxford.

Conservancy plants 25,000 trees, but there's even farther to go

By ACL, 04/23/2014, Categories: In Print

Brandywine Conservancy hopes to plant 50,000 trees before their 50th anniversary in 2017.

Brandywine River Museum updates its name and mission

By ACL, 02/19/2014, Categories: In Print, Arts+Entertainment

New projects for the Brandywine Conservancy include 25,000 planted trees by April 2014, new education programs, and saved farmland.

London Grove board approves two conservation easements

By ACL, 12/12/2013, Categories: In Print

Two conservation purchases add up to 115 acres.

Demise of Mid-Atlantic Pipeline Project lauded by conservation group

By ACL, 12/04/2013, Categories: In Print, Opinion

Thanks to the Brandywine Conservancy, private landowners, and other local conservation organizations, thousands of acres are saved.

Demise of Mid-Atlantic Pipeline Project lauded by conservation group

By ACL, 11/27/2013, Categories: In Print

Brandywine Conservancy protects lands that would have been threatened by the AES/Mid-Atlantic Express natural gas pipeline.

Brandywine Conservancy to plant 2,800 trees this month

By ACL, 10/23/2013, Categories: In Print

Hillendale Elementary School and Kennett Square were planted with trees from the Brandywine Conservancy.

Brandywine Conservancy to plant 2,800 trees this month

By ACL, 10/16/2013, Categories: In Print, Home+Garden

Brandywine Conservancy to plant 2,800 trees this month

One small step to help the environment

By ACL, 07/24/2013, Categories: In Print, Opinion

Editorial July 24

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  • The Heart of Poverty

    03/07/2015
    08:15am — 12:30pm

    What is poverty? What does it look like in the U.S.? In Chester County? Join us for this free sem...


  • Brandywine Zoo Spring Opening!

    03/07/2015
    10:00am — 03:45pm

    Visit the zoo as the environment is getting ready to burst to life for the spring season! Join u...


  • Bug

    03/08/2015
    03:00pm

    Set in a seedy Oklahoma City motel room, the play centers on the meeting between Agnes, a divorce...


  • Newark Symphony Orchestra Concert

    03/08/2015
    03:00pm — 05:00pm

    THE NEWARK SYMPHONY PRESENTS “STURM AND DELIGHT!” Simeone Tartaglione, Music Director James Al...


  • Share in this fun concert designed for the whole family, providing a unique opportunity to get up...


  • Cheerleading Open House!

    03/08/2015
    03:00pm — 06:00pm

    Hydro Force is an All Star cheer company offering a fresh, competitive cheerleading experience ...


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  • Bug

    03/12/2015
    07:30pm

    Set in a seedy Oklahoma City motel room, the play centers on the meeting between Agnes, a divorce...


  • Introduction to Canine and Feline Dental Health

    03/12/2015
    07:00pm — 08:30pm

    Join us to learn how Integrative/Holistic care can help your pets have a longer and better qua...


  • SPAGHETTI DINNER BUFFET

    03/14/2015
    04:00pm — 07:00pm

    The Oxford Lion's Club is focused on serving the community and support many local organizations. ...


 

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