Crum Creek Neighbors is your organization. The more you participate, the more effective we are. There are lots of ways that you can help.
Express your concerns about issues that affect the health of the Crum Creek and its watershed such as: traffic, stormwater runoff, loss of tree canopy, stream degradation and lack of open space for recreation.
The County Press/News of Delaware County/Town Talk:
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Editor: Peg Degrassa, email@example.com ; 610-915-2248
The Daily Times:
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Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org ; 610-622-8800
Public Meetings. A large public turnout at township or county meetings and hearings is critical when a controversial issue that will impact the Crum Creek and its environs is being considered by government officials. Input from residents of towns that will be impacted by the issue assures that all relevant information is considered.
CCN Annual Meeting. The best way to meet your fellow supporters of CCN is to attend our annual meeting, held in late March. Come and enjoy refreshments, and an opportunity to socialize with others who share your concern for our wonderful Crum Creek region. This is also an opportunity to meet board members, and hear presentations about other ongoing concerns, accomplishments and plans.
We often put info about upcoming meetings at the bottom of our Home page. Also, check our Calendar on our Events page. If you know of an unlisted upcoming event that you think might fit our mission, please contact us through our Contact Us page.
Volunteer Your Time
From time to time we need help with various tasks. You can help us out with research, computer skills, driving members to meetings, making phone calls, distributing flyers in your neighborhood and board members. Let us know if you can help. (Contact us through our Contact Us page.)
Talk to Your Neighbors
Let them know that CCN is actively advocating for protecting the Crum Creek and its tributaries, and preserving the environment in the Crum Creek watershed. Alert them to pending issues that may concern them or plans that they may want to support. We work with other environmental groups in several towns in the region. (See sidebar links)