Volunteers Needed For Projects In Support Of Watershed Conservation

Volunteers help put BVAís Learning Garden to bed for the winter at last yearís event. Photo provided.

(West Chester, PA) — The Brandywine Valley Association is seeking volunteers for their annual Volunteer Work Day scheduled for Saturday, October 6th from 8:30 AM to 12: 30 PM.

Projects for this family-friendly event include:

• Native Tree Planting

• Garden Maintenance

• Litter- Clean-Up

• Painting

• Building & Trail Maintenance

• Invasive Plant Removal

Event will be held at the Myrick Conservation Center located six miles west of West Chester on Rte. 842. The address is 1760 Unionville-Wawset Road, West Chester, PA 19382.

Enjoy light breakfast provided by Starbucks Coffee before beginning work. Lunch will be provided at 12:30 PM. Email or call for more info, water@bva-rcva.org .

This event is sponsored by Starbucks Coffee Company.

Brandywine Valley Association

Over the past six decades, Brandywine Valley Association (BVA), has pioneered innovative programs to improve and protect the water in the Brandywine Valley. Your leader in local watershed conservation & education, BVA reaches over 10,000 school students per year and offers programs for all ages to promote the restoration, preservation, conservation and enjoyment of our region’s natural resources.