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Community Day: September 15, 2018

Warwick County Park will host the annual Community Day in partnership with East Nantmeal, South Coventry, and Warwick Townships, along with the Chester County Board of Commissioners and Friends of Warwick Park, Saturday, September 15, 2018 from 10:00 AM
to 2:00 PM.

Come discover activities, services, and organizations you may not realize exist “in your own backyard.” Designed as a fun-filled, interactive, and educational day, this event offers opportunities to learn, play, and explore. Activities will included pony rides, archery demonstrations, rock wall climbing, animals on exhibit, nature talks, music, kids’ area, fire company equipment tours, wagon rides and more!

Friends of Warwick Park will have food available for purchase
Warwick County Park
191 County Park Rd.
Pottstown, PA 19465
Park Phone: 610-469-1916

For additional information see the Warwick Community Day Flyer

Spotted Lanternfly Presentation: June 11, 2018

Learn about the Spotted Lanternfly that is threatening our local horticulture and what you can do to protect your property and help stop its spread.  Event Flyer here

Monday, June 11 from 7:30 to 8:30 PM
Phoenixville Borough Hall

Sally Sue Richmond, Penn State Extension Master Gardener

Sponsored by: Phoenixville Tree Advisory Com.

Supported by: Phoenixville Green Team
Phoenixville Area Tree Tender Volunteers


Spotted Lanternfly (Lycorma delicatula) is a new invasive insect found in southeastern PA, the only place in the US where it is known to exist. Native to parts of Asia, it was discovered in Berks County in 2014, and is slowly spreading to other counties.

Spotted lanternfly feed on a wide range of plants including maple, willow, staghorn sumac, birch, grapes, and many others. They pose major threat to PA agriculture, including the grape, tree-fruit, hardwood and nursery industries.

While the Penna Dept. of Agriculture and Penn State Agricultural Extension are actively looking for solutions to help stop the insects’ spread and save agricultural crops from serious damage, concerned citizens are the greatest resource for containing and controlling this potentially devastating pest. Learn about spotted lanternfly, the quarantine, and what you can do to help.

Township Clean Up Day and the Weather

In the case of snow on Saturday, there will still be someone at the township building to hand out supplies, coffee and donuts from 8:30 to 9:30 AM, as previously posted.  There is no rain date; supplies are available now at the township building and people can pick up trash any time between now and Monday.  Trash bags should be placed on the side of the road by early  Monday morning so the road crew can pick them up during the day.

East Nantmeal Cleanup Day: April 7, 2018

2018 East Nantmeal Township
Roadside Cleanup
Saturday April 7
(Rain or Shine)

Join the Great American Cleanup! Volunteer to pick up litter along our township roads.
To sign up and participate, please contact us at:

Pick up trash bags at our Township Building
Monday – Thursday March 26th-29th (8:00am to 3:00pm)
Join us Saturday Morning April 7th from 8:30 – 9:30 am at the Township Building for coffee, doughnuts & trash bags!


  1. Pick up litter along the roadside any time Saturday morning through mid-afternoon.
  2. Fill the trash bags and gather them in small groups by the roadside for pick up late Saturday afternoon by our township road crew.  (Or if convenient, you can drop them off at the township building where a dumpster will be available.)
  3. Safety tips:
    • Wear gloves (provided!) and thick-soled, closed shoes
    • Wear long pants and long-sleeved shirts
    • Wear safety vests (provided!) or bright colors for roadside safety
    • Wear sunscreen and bug repellent
    • Be aware of your surroundings and the potential hazards associated with them (e.g., passing cars, hazardous tree branches, poison ivy, etc.)
    • Use the “buddy system” …work in teams of two or three to maximize safety
    • Drink plenty of fluids and keep “quick energy foods” on hand
    • Take an occasional break
  4. DO NOT:
    • Don’t pick up tires, hazardous materials such as hypodermic needles, sharp objects, car batteries, condoms, animal carcasses or other unidentified, questionable objects
    • Don’t overstuff the bags
    • Don’t attempt to move large objects such as cinder blocks, old household appliances

Local Farming Discussion: November 16

From BigAg to Biodynamic
Thursday, Nov.16 @ 7PM
East Nantmeal Township Building


Come out and meet your friends and neighbors for a lively conversation with:

Dean Carlson – Wyebrook Farm
Bill Beam – Beam Farms, Inc.
Jasper Williams & Eliza Killo – Sankanac CSA
Jodi Gauker – Lundale Farms
Kylie Gilliams – CVKH Orchards


 Enjoy refreshments and an interesting discussion.


Questions? Please call or text 610.212.5955

Part of the EAC Sustainability Series