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Posted by: Mary Beth Mueller on March 26, 2021

Property owners in the Darby-Cobbs Watershed in southeastern Pennsylvania can participate in the “Stream Smart Stormwater House Call Project” funded by National Fish and Wildlife Foundation and the PA DEP Growing Greener Grants Program. Experts visit selected properties to educate owners regarding stormwater pollution and suggest options to reduce runoff. Solutions may include rain gardens, […]


Posted by: Mary Beth Mueller on February 16, 2021

PRC and partners in the Greater Philadelphia area will host a free Rain Garden webinar on Saturday, March 6, from 9 a.m. to Noon to explore how to build and maintain a rain garden as well as how to become involved with building rain gardens in the community. “Individuals can gain hands-on experience by helping […]

Drug Take Back Day Fall 2019

Posted by: Sarah Shea on October 21, 2019

Safely dispose of your old prescription drugs, expired over-the-counter medications, and other pharmaceuticals with PRC! On Saturday, October 26, from 10AM – 2PM, bring your unwanted and expired medications to the following locations be responsibly managed at no charge: Green Tree Borough Building – 10 W Manilla Avenue, Pittsburgh PA 15220 Mt. Lebanon Medical Rescue Team […]

Become a Stream Smart Property!

Posted by: Mary Kate Ranii on July 20, 2018

PRC is inviting any property owner in the Darby and Cobbs Creek Watersheds to participate in the Stream Smart Stormwater House Call program! Stream Smart properties will receive audits that help residents learn how stormwater runoff impacts our local streams and creeks. The audit offers information about stormwater  “Best Management Practices” that, when implemented, will […]

Rain Gardens in Delaware County

Posted by: Mary Kate Ranii on May 17, 2018

The new season of rain garden builds has begun in the Naylors watershed in Delaware County. PRC is collaborating with local organizations to help interested property owners install rain gardens designed to capture roof and driveway runoff diverting it from our waterways. Rain gardens are designed to hold stormwater runoff, keeping it from flowing to our […]