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  • Gallows Run Watershed Association - Home
    President s Letter Act 13 Litigation Update Waiting is the Hardest Part Sand y Blasted A Personal Story Understanding Changes in Our Weather Patterns How does Global Climate Weirdness effect Us How to Assist the Revitalization of the Water Table Near Your Property Introducing a Landmark Paper on the Feasibility of Using Wind Water and the Sun Save The World Grow an Oak The Commencement Address by Paul Hawken to the Class of 2009 University of Portland May 3 2009 Excerpt from The Red Man in Bucks County Aquaponics An Innovative Opportunity Newsletter Archive Covered Topics Education Resources Recycling Native Plants About GRWA Join Us Volunteer Donate Contact Us Email Password Remember me Forgot password In nature nothing exists alone Rachel Carson Silent Spring Events to Watch For Upcoming events New On the Website NEW 2015 President s Report NEW Local USGS Groundwater Studies and Reports NEW Videos from the Fracking Forum NEW Township Resolutions NEW Pipeline Presentation at Nurture Nature Center NEW Art for Conservation 2015 Subscribe to Our Email List Subscription form Mandatory fields First name Last name Email Address Invalid email Email is a system email br Email address reserved for system purposes div class validationError style

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  • Gallows Run Watershed Association - About GRWA
    of Using Wind Water and the Sun Save The World Grow an Oak The Commencement Address by Paul Hawken to the Class of 2009 University of Portland May 3 2009 Excerpt from The Red Man in Bucks County Aquaponics An Innovative Opportunity Newsletter Archive Covered Topics Education Resources Recycling Native Plants About GRWA Join Us Volunteer Donate Contact Us Email Password Remember me Forgot password About the GRWA The Gallows Run Watershed Association GRWA is an independent 501 c 3 non profit dedicated to protecting and improving the quality of the natural resources of the Gallows R un Watershed We advocate on behalf of sound environmental stewardship sustainable land management and preservation of the rural character of the Watershed Our tools include educational outreach scientific research active participation in the legal processes that effect local land use and a strategic partnership with other organizations that share our objective Gallows Run Watershed Association 2013 Board of Directors Todd Stone President Sandy Weber Vice President Estelle Bloom Treasurer Karl Schwartz Reinhold Schwenk Educational outreach Act 13 Forum Community Days Artists of the Gallows Run 5th Annual Art for Conservation 2013 Palisades Watershed Inclusion Program Upper Bucks Futures Scientific Research Geological report by Dr Paul Rubin on Newark Basin Bridgeton Nockamixon Tinicum Groundwater Management Committee groundwater monitoring Gallows Run Watershed Restoration and Protection Plan Stream and Lynn Island Clean ups Stream monitoring Active Participation in legal processes that effect land use Educating Active Citizenship Participation in local land planning process Nockamixon 537 Plan for septic treatment BNT Well Protection Ordinance Hidden Valley Fish and Boat Commission Land Conservation Preserved in watershed 710 acres Strategic Partnerships Palisades School District PADEP PA DCNR Nockamixon Bridgeton Durham and Springfield Townships Heritage Conservancy Bridgeton Nockamixon Tinicum Joint Groundwater Management Committee Bucks County Planning and Commissioners Penn DOT

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  • Gallows Run Watershed Association - Join Us
    Patterns How does Global Climate Weirdness effect Us How to Assist the Revitalization of the Water Table Near Your Property Introducing a Landmark Paper on the Feasibility of Using Wind Water and the Sun Save The World Grow an Oak The Commencement Address by Paul Hawken to the Class of 2009 University of Portland May 3 2009 Excerpt from The Red Man in Bucks County Aquaponics An Innovative Opportunity Newsletter

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  • Gallows Run Watershed Association - Contact Us
    Sand y Blasted A Personal Story Understanding Changes in Our Weather Patterns How does Global Climate Weirdness effect Us How to Assist the Revitalization of the Water Table Near Your Property Introducing a Landmark Paper on the Feasibility of Using Wind Water and the Sun Save The World Grow an Oak The Commencement Address by Paul Hawken to the Class of 2009 University of Portland May 3 2009 Excerpt from

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  • Gallows Run Watershed Association - Donate
    Water and the Sun Save The World Grow an Oak The Commencement Address by Paul Hawken to the Class of 2009 University of Portland May 3 2009 Excerpt from The Red Man in Bucks County Aquaponics An Innovative Opportunity Newsletter Archive Covered Topics Education Resources Recycling Native Plants About GRWA Join Us Volunteer Donate Contact Us Email Password Remember me Forgot password Donate Support Our Mission Your tax deductible contribution

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  • Gallows Run Watershed Association - Volunteer
    the Revitalization of the Water Table Near Your Property Introducing a Landmark Paper on the Feasibility of Using Wind Water and the Sun Save The World Grow an Oak The Commencement Address by Paul Hawken to the Class of 2009 University of Portland May 3 2009 Excerpt from The Red Man in Bucks County Aquaponics An Innovative Opportunity Newsletter Archive Covered Topics Education Resources Recycling Native Plants About GRWA Join

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  • Gallows Run Watershed Association - About Our Watershed
    then the Gallows Run Watershed Association has successfully completed a variety of projects planning policy and outreach efforts In 2002 the Gallows Run Watershed Association realized that there were many regional watershed conservation plans however a specific plan to address and abate prioritized non point source pollution problem areas was required for the Gallows Run sub watershed The Gallows Run Watershed Association successfully secured a Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection PADEP Growing Greener grant in 2003 to complete the Gallows Run Watershed Restoration and Protection Plan The goal of the project is to complete the necessary research fieldwork public outreach and scientific analysis to create a prioritized list of restoration and protection measures to maintain and improve water quality within the Gallows Run Watershed Plan objectives are to create a restoration and protection plan based on sound scientific approaches The final restoration and protection plan contains a weighted and prioritized list of water quality and water quantity problem areas and specific management recommendations to protect amenity areas and restore problem areas One of the most challenging tasks in any environmental study is to obtain adequate information and feedback from the community Therefore a variety of public outreach efforts were implemented to obtain input from individuals agencies non profit organizations businesses landowners and interested individuals A technical advisory committee assisted project consultants throughout the study Other measures to garner public participation included watershed tours one on one interviews a questionnaire distributed to over 1000 people a ten percent response rate to the questionnaire information booths at community events two public meetings press releases a newsletter devoted entirely to the project several newsletter articles volunteer involvement in field work three watershed workshops and special projects for local students Existing information about the watershed originated from a variety of age ncies academic sources

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  • Gallows Run Watershed Association - Climate Change
    y Blasted A Personal Story Understanding Changes in Our Weather Patterns How does Global Climate Weirdness effect Us How to Assist the Revitalization of the Water Table Near Your Property Introducing a Landmark Paper on the Feasibility of Using Wind Water and the Sun Save The World Grow an Oak The Commencement Address by Paul Hawken to the Class of 2009 University of Portland May 3 2009 Excerpt from The Red Man in Bucks County Aquaponics An Innovative Opportunity Newsletter Archive Covered Topics Education Resources Recycling Native Plants About GRWA Join Us Volunteer Donate Contact Us Email Password Remember me Forgot password Climate Change Science based Resources and News Items Ninety seven percent of climate scientists agree that climate warming trends over the past century are very likely due to human activities 1 and most of the leading scientific organizations worldwide have issued public statements endorsing this position http climate nasa gov scientific consensus NASA Climate Change How do we know Great overview of the evidence from a science based source In the News Videos In the News the Jet Stream what it is how it works and how it is responding to enhanced Arctic warming http bit ly 1bIDzBp

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