Health of French and Pickering Creeks

Zoom Presentation
Sunday, October 24, 2021at 7:00 P.M.
in the comfort of your home
Admission FREE
RSVP Required Click here to RSVP

Learn about water quality trends in northern Chester County. John K. Jackson, Ph.D., Senior Research Scientist with the Stroud Water Research Center will describe the status of water quality in the French and Pickering Creeks, as well as some of the changes and challenges we are learning about through coordinated data collection and analysis.

This topic is suitable for all ages and may be of most interest to those 10 years and older.

Agenda: Historical Commission Meeting October 21, 2021


                                                        Historical Commission Agenda

                                                                             for

                                                         Thursday, September 21, 2021, 7:00 PM

                                                        East Nantmeal Township Building

Note this one-off time change from Tuesday to Thursday

AGENDA

1) Approval of the September 21, 2021 minutes 

2) HC’s report and info from the September 13, 2021 BoS meeting

3) ORC meeting

4) ENT Historic Resources Survey Project/VPP Grant update 

5) Info and issues about Historic Resources

6)  Correspondence

7) HC webpage items

8) History Society matters

9) Additional items, Comments

 PS PLEASE CHECK FOR AN AGENDA BEFORE COMING TO A MEETING.

         (The agenda and meeting info are available on the ENT website: See

             “Upcoming Meetings” calendar and “Latest News.”) 

 AN EMAIL WILL BE SENT IN THE CASE OF A SCHEDULE CHANGE.

Recycling and Up Cycling Opportunities

The EAC wants to provide an interactive resource for township residents to reduce, reuse and recycle unwanted items in our households with sustainability and the environment in mind.You are welcome to share any ideas with the ongoing project by emailing us at east.nantmealEAC@gmail.com.

Please check websites for hours and info or call before going.

Lanchester Landfill www.chestercountyswa.org/recycling-at-the-Lanchester-Landfill; Chester County Solid Waste Authority 7224 Division Highway Narvon, PA 610-273-3771 check website for no charge recyclables; will accept up to 3 TVs. You will need to bring help; none available at site.

Regent Printing 256 Eagleview Blvd, #100 Exton 610-280-7891 (next to Iron Hill Brewery) will take bubble wrap, packing peanuts, air filled wrap

Goin’Postal 210 Crossings Blvd, Elverson 610-420-5403 will take bubble wrap, packing peanuts, air filled wrap

Staples or Office Depot stores Recycle Printer cartridges. Get store credit.

Community ECO Store
252 Bridge St., Phoenixville
http://www.communityecostore.com

Terre Cycle collection bins at the ECO Store
Terre Cycle-http://naturenutproject.com/help-your-community-and-planet-recyclehousehold-items-at-the-community-eco-store-phoenixville/(Long list of stuff)Wine Bottle Corks-Real cork not plastic

Terre Cycle
https://www.terracycle.com/en-US/about-terracycle

Althouse Arboretum
http://althousearboretum.org/arboretum/

ECO store http://althousearboretum.org/ecostore/

Support the Arboretum by recycling cell phones, eyeglasses, used ink cartridges, CDs and DVDs with us. Just drop them off at the farmhouse.

Electronics:
http://althousearboretum.org/our-recycler/

PAR-Recycle Works is a nonprofit electronics recycler that provides transitional employment to people returning from prison.

Smart Wool
Recycle clean but worn old socks! Smart Wool will take back all brands and types of clean & worn socks when you order from their website. Simply add “take back bag” (free) to your order & get a prepaid FedEx label https://www.smartwool.com/what-matters.html#/smartwool/the-second-cut-project

Reuseit Shop 610-286-7233 2769 Main Street Morgantown accepts donations and sells clothing, sewing supplies, fabric, yarn, shoes, handbags, toys etc for Mennonite missions

Fix and Mend
To reduce waste it’s always a good idea to fix things rather than tossing. Mending old clothes is another way to keep them out of landfills. You can make your clothing wearable art! Check out Visible Mending in the UK! https://visiblemending.com

Beartown Recycling 6943 Division Hwy, Narvon,PA 17555 717-354-4720
http://www.beartownrecycling.com Steel, ferrous, non ferrous, cardboard, paper, e scraps or junked cars

Recycling Center North Coventry 365 Elm St. Pottstown, PA 19465 610-323-8545 Recycles metal, glass, paper, plastic https://recyclingservicesinc.wordpress.com

Remark Glass is a zero-waste certified, women owned business focused on innovative and creative glass reuse in Phila. www.remarkglass.com All the glass work is made with waste bottle glass. Save your beautiful wine bottles! Women owned zero waste certified focused on innovative & creative glass reuse. All glass work is made with waste bottle glass. Save your special occasion wine or champagne bottles & have them made into a work of art. Bottles are collected by Appointment at:

Bottle Underground
https://bottleunderground.com
1901 S. 9th Street, Bok BU, Phila. 19148
Drop off by appointment

Through a high quality glass collection and sorting system, our mission is to make the highest and best use of bottle glass through recirculation, recycling, downcycling and upcycling with the goal of reducing glass waste on a local level.

Goats! Super Recyclers. Goats will eat cleaned (no tinsel etc) Christmas Trees. Ask your local goat farmer if he/she wants a formerly live tree. Or look up local goat rescues on the internet.
Amazing Grazing,LLC /Brush and Weed Control 302-438-5139

The Bag Share Project
How to upcycle your empty feed bags into reusable shopping bags. http://www.thebagshare.org/p/bag-gallery.html

Products made from waste

WasteLAB.KOHLER.com Kohler products reuses their waste material into “stunning and sustainable” products like The Crackle Collection tiles. Available for sale.

Download this resource file

Women at Warwick Furnace

CHESTER COUNTY HISTORIC PRESERVATION NETWORK  VIRTUAL HERITAGE FALL SERIES  
WOMEN AT WARWICK FURNACE:  IRON TO LAVENDER  
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2021 AT 5 PM  
Ann Bedrick, CCHPN    

Join us for a free webinar highlighting the fascinating history of Warwick Furnace from the perspective of women!   For information and registration, please click on these links:    https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cchpn-virtual-heritage-series-women-at-warwick-furnace-iron-to-lavender-tickets-168603117463?aff=ebdssbonlinesearch  or  http://cchpn.org/index.php/events
Mark your calendars for Thursday, September 16!