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Streamside Forest Restoration to Improve Water Quality — Brandywine Creek

800 532 Stroud Water Research Center

This project involved planting 400 trees along Craigs Mill Run (1.8 acres) and 600 trees along the East Branch of Brandywine Creek (1.8 acres) in Pennsbury and East Brandywine townships, respectively, as a best management practice for keeping pollutants out of local streams and improving their health.

Funded by: Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources TreeVitalize Program in partnership With the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society

Project Lead: Bernard W. Sweeney

Collaborator: Brandywine Conservancy

Project Year: 2014

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