Brandywine Creek Greenway, an initiative of Brandywine Conservancy, recently announced they were seeking public input on a strategic action plan. Additionally, they announced the newest winners of their mini grant program.
Greenway Strategic Action Plan: Public Survey Now Open
Brandywine Creek Greenway released a brief survey that will help guide the goals and projects of the Brandywine Creek Greenway over the next 10 years. [Take the survey.]
The Brandywine Creek Greenway is a regional planning initiative conducted by the Brandywine Conservancy that serves 29 townships in both Delaware and Pennsylvania and the communities along the entire 40 miles of the Brandywine Creek. [Learn more about the Strategic Action Plan Update.]
Greenway Spotlight: Mini Grant Awardees
Brandywine Creek Greenway Mini Grant awardees, announced recently:
- East Fallowfield Township: Awarded $4,500 for park enhancements at the East Fallowfield Township Community Park consisting of benches, a pedestrian pathway, and gazebo lighting to complete their Pollinator Garden and gazebo projects.
- Kennett Trails Alliance: Awarded $18,700 for a Conceptual Master Plan of the Parrish Property for ecological restoration and passive and active recreation, in collaboration with additional Kennett area partners.
- Kennett Library: Awarded $12,145 for a public Bike Fit-It Station, parking shelter, and design of a bike lending program.
This post adapted from a release by Brandywine Creek Greenway.