Friends of the Delaware Canal

The Friends of the Delaware Canal (FODC) is an independent, non-profit organization working to restore, preserve and improve the Canal and its surroundings. Its primary goals are to ensure that the Canal is fully watered and the towpath trail is usable over its entire length from Easton to Bristol, PA.

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The Morrisville Environmental Advisory Council

The Morrisville Environmental Advisory Council (MEAC) advises Borough Council and local governmental agencies regarding environmental issues in Morrisville. The MEAC’s primary focus is on protecting, conserving, and managing the Borough’s natural resources – our air, land and water. The MEAC provides our local government with a blend of hometown knowledge, expertise, and genuine community concern.

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Bucks County Conservation District

Bucks County Conservation District (BCCD) is a unit of state government whose programs span the range of federal, state and local responsibilities. Erosion and sedimentation control plans for any proposed earth disturbance in Bucks County exceeding one thousand square feet must be submitted for review and approval.

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G.O.A.L.

G.O.A.L. (Greenbelt Overhaul Alliance of Levittown) is a not-for-profit organization formed in early 2009. G.O.A.L. is dedicated to cleaning Levittown greenways and tributaries of debris; elimination of waterway damming by debris; removal of undesirable plant species with replacement by desirable species; and the ongoing maintenance of these remediated areas.

With participation of ecology clubs from educational institutes and other interested parties, G.O.A.L. is able to better promote understanding and care of its shared ecology. The public at large has access to its free seminars on ecology and related subjects that are presented locally four times a year.

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G.O.A.L.

G.O.A.L. (Greenbelt Overhaul Alliance of Levittown) is a not-for-profit organization formed in early 2009. G.O.A.L. is dedicated to cleaning Levittown greenways and tributaries of debris; elimination of waterway damming by debris; removal of undesirable plant species with replacement by desirable species; and the ongoing maintenance of these remediated areas.

With participation of ecology clubs from educational institutes and other interested parties, G.O.A.L. is able to better promote understanding and care of its shared ecology. The public at large has access to its free seminars on ecology and related subjects that are presented locally four times a year.

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Friends of the Delaware Canal

The Friends of the Delaware Canal (FODC) is an independent, non-profit organization working to restore, preserve and improve the Canal and its surroundings. Its primary goals are to ensure that the Canal is fully watered and the towpath trail is usable over its entire length from Easton to Bristol, PA.

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The Morrisville Environmental Advisory Council

The Morrisville Environmental Advisory Council (MEAC) advises Borough Council and local governmental agencies regarding environmental issues in Morrisville. The MEAC’s primary focus is on protecting, conserving, and managing the Borough’s natural resources – our air, land and water. The MEAC provides our local government with a blend of hometown knowledge, expertise, and genuine community concern.

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Bucks County Conservation District

Bucks County Conservation District (BCCD) is a unit of state government whose programs span the range of federal, state and local responsibilities. Erosion and sedimentation control plans for any proposed earth disturbance in Bucks County exceeding one thousand square feet must be submitted for review and approval.

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Bucks County Conservation District

Bucks County Conservation District is a unit of state government and was authorized and formed by the Bucks County Board of Commissioners on April 24th, 1961. The district program spans the range of federal, state and local responsibilities and funding is secured through grants, contracts and fees for services.

Erosion and Sediment Pollution Control is the primary area of concern for the Conservation District. Sediment by volume is the largest non-point source of pollution to the waters of Pennsylvania. Erosion and sediment pollution occur when man’s activities destroy the natural cover of the earth. This takes place during plowing and tilling and by other earth-moving operations during construction.

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G.O.A.L.

G.O.A.L. (Greenbelt Overhaul Alliance of Levittown) is an IRS 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization formed in early 2009.  G.O.A.L. is dedicated to cleaning Levittown greenways and tributaries of debris; elimination of waterway damming by debris; removal of undesirable plant species with replacement by desirable species; and the ongoing maintenance of these remediated areas. With an emphasis on in-school education and participation of school children and partnering with ecology clubs from educational institutes and other interested parties, G.O.A.L. is able to better promote care and understanding of its shared ecology. The public at large has access to its free seminars on ecology and related subjects that G.O.A.L. presents 10 times a year at the Bristol Township Municipal Building auditorium.

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