The Bugfeed

2016 Lens on Litter Winners

Posted by: Mary Kate Ranii on December 23, 2016

“Use your camera to focus on litter, exposure leads to prevention.” Photographers across the state did just that and the results are in for this year’s Lens On Litter Photo contest! PRC had a great response from Pennsylvania residents participating in the 2016 Lens on Litter Photo Contest.  Photos were received from all over the […]

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Stream Smart Stormwater House Call

Posted by: Mary Kate Ranii on December 22, 2016

Every resident of the Darby/ Cobbs Creek Watershed has the right to drinkable, swimmable, fishable water.  Unfortunately all reaches of streams within the Darby/Cobbs Creek Watershed have been designated as impaired by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (PA DEP). The impairments are largely due to stormwater-related impacts and urban runoff – this watershed is […]

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Resolutions for a Green 2017

Posted by: Mary Kate Ranii on December 21, 2016

As we move closer to the new year, PRC would like to offer you 10 ways to lessen your environmental impact in 2017! According to the EPA, the average American produces 4.4 pounds of waste every single day. That means that by the end of 2016 each of us will have produced over 1600 POUNDS […]

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Awards Celebration Thank-You!

Posted by: Mary Kate Ranii on December 2, 2016

PRC’s 2016 Awards Celebration was hugely successful and enjoyable event. We were excited to host the Celebration at the Villanova University Conference Center in beautiful Rador, Pennsylvania and to connect with our supporters, congratulate our honorees, and celebrate PRC’s accomplishments. The reception at the Montrose Mansion highlighted PRC’s hard work to protect Pennsylvania’s environment, educate […]

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Green Gift-Giving Guide

Posted by: Mary Kate Ranii on December 1, 2016

In the days surrounding some of our nation’s biggest holidays, our trash cans often seem just a little bit fatter. We stuff them full with wrapping paper, bows, packaging material, burnt-out string lights and all of those fruit cakes that few actually enjoy… After all of this extra waste, most of us are left with gifts […]