Good Morning! I was thinking about my last blog and began wondering if everyone knew how important the Chester County Conservation District is, or more specifically, how important it is for our children. So, I thought I'd clarify.
If you attended our First Annual Make Room to Bloom Event then you know it is a way for us to honor Earth Day. If you didn't attend, please read on and learn more about the cause...
Fran Iacobucci offers a donation for anyone who visits the Reserve at West Goshen Community the entire weekend. The donation is made specifically in our visitors name to the Chester County Conversation District Envirothon.
The Chester County Envirothon is a part of the Pennsylvania Envirothon Program, which helps students understand the natural environment and their role in it. The Envirothon provides a means for students to demonstrate what they know about the environment. It is a cumulative process that addresses the learning levels of awareness, knowledge, attitudes and application. Students who participate in the Envirothon will demonstrate an understanding of environmental concepts of how human activity impacts the environment, and of how people can work together as partners in conservation practices to enhance their lives and quality of life by protecting the environment.
We invite you to join us on Saturday, April 27 from 12PM - 4PM for our Second Annual Make Room to Bloom event. We will be celebrating Earth Day with donations to the Chester County Conservation District and giving potted plants to those who attend. Look forward to seeing you there!