Greenway News
March 2019
Jump into Spring Regional Meetings
Dust off your Project Portfolio ! You are invited to an interactive lunch meeting with Greenway partners and stakeholders to:
  • Network with peers
  • Learn about current projects
  • Share your accomplishments
  • Ponder future partnerships 

Tuesday, April 16, 12-1:00pm
Southern Region
Pocopson Township Building
740 Denton Hollow Road, West Chester

Monday, April 22, 12-1:00pm
Northern Region
West Brandywine Township
198 Lafayette Road, West Brandywine

Thursday, April 25, 12-1:00pm
Central Region
Caln Township Building
253 Municipal Drive, Thorndale

All are welcome! Each meeting will be tailored to focus on the region in which it is held.
Lunch will be provided.

Please forward this invitation to any who might be interested to attend.

RSVP to at least 2 days prior.
Free Open Houses in Delaware
The Brandywine Conservancy, Delaware Greenways, and other partners are expanding the Brandywine Creek Greenway into Delaware! Help shape the vision for the Greenway in New Castle County and the City of Wilmington. Attend a free community open house - we want to hear from you!

Ezion-Mt. Carmel United Methodist Church, Fellowship Hall,
800 N Walnut St, Wilmington, DE

Emalea P. Warner Elementary School, Cafeteria,
801 W 18th St, Wilmington, DE

Alexis I. du Pont High School, Cafeteria,
50 Hillside Rd, Wilmington, DE

Woodlawn Library, Meeting Room,
2020 W 9th St, Wilmington, DE

Can’t make it to an open house?
Complete our WikiMap - a fun, interactive map-based survey!

Please share with residents via municipal website, facebook, and/or newsletter.
Water Trail Survey
Do you love to paddle or float on the Brandywine?

The Brandywine Conservancy and the Chester County Planning Commission are conducting an online survey about the proposed Brandywine Water Trail and need your thoughts and ideas.

Water trails are recreational and educational corridors between specific locations that can be used for both single day and multiple day trips on and within waterways. They are comprised of access points, boat launches, day use sites, and -- in some cases -- overnight camping areas. They provide safe access to and information about waterways while also providing connections to our diverse history, ecology, geology, heritage and wildlife.

Please click this link to take the survey.
Take the challenge of hiking 36 miles in one day!

The Wilmington Trail Club's 57th annual hike of the Brandywine Trail wlll be held on Saturday, April 13th. The hike starts at the Horseshoe Trail near Ludwig's Corner, Pennsylvania, and ends in the Brandywine Creek State Park near Wilmington, Delaware. The trail wanders down the scenic Brandywine Creek Valley through parks, farms, pastures and woods, and along country roads.

Click  here  for more details.

To register, fill out the liability release and  registration form HERE .
Grant Season is Here!
Remember to use any page from the
Strategic Action Plan Part 1 and Part 2 to support proposals for county, state and all other grant programs.

Email  for assistance.
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