Locations in Schwenksville and Harleysville will benefit from the annual fall plant-a-thon conducted by the Perkiomen Watershed Conservancy.
A 13-mile bicycle ride Aug. 18 from Green Lane to Collegeville along the beautiful Perkiomen Trail will end with a pub party in Collegeville. Registrations for the event are being taken online now.
Elbow grease and dirt usually go hand-in-hand. That's the case Wednesdays this summer, when volunteers are needed to help the Perkiomen Watershed Conservancy tend to native plants.
With video. There's a new Perkiomen Watershed Conservancy rain garden growing in Harleysville's Robert Clemens Bucher Park, thanks to weekend volunteer efforts of Oehlert Brothers Inc. and Wells Fargo Bank.
A partnership between a Pennsburg independent coffee roaster and a Schwenksville non-profit organization has produced an eye-opening morning (or any time) beverage.
Workers who have volunteered to pull invasive European water chestnut plants from across the Perkiomen Watershed seem to be winning that battle. The effort needs more help, though.