Protecting our rural character and natural resources

                   through community-based land conservation.




Marshall Island is one of a string of islands in the Delaware River that supports an astonishing array of wildlife, including the largest winter population of bald and golden eagles on the East coast, which is perhaps how it got its other name: Eagle Island. This year we've teamed up with the PA Department of Conservation and Natural Resources to make sure it's ready for them, but we need your help. Please join us!


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 MARSHALL ISLAND CLEANUP Sunday, September 23, 2018 - 9:30AM - 1PM  






Throughout the year we hold guided tours, lectures and classes on topics that help our members contribute to the success of our mission on their own properties. In this class, local landscape architect David Hughes will teach us how we as property owners can promote a greater diversity of mammals, birds, butterflies, and native pollinators in the habitats that we create. Members: Free. Non-members: $10 donation. To register, please contact Karen Budd at 610-294-9069 or email her at


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 MANAGING YOUR PROPERTY FOR WILDLIFESaturday, October 6th 10AM A discussion led by landscape architect David Hughes



         The emerald ash borer is a small green tree pest that has already killed millions of ash trees across the US and is now here in Bucks County. It affects all ash tree species and is expected to kill 99% of all ashes and up to 50% of our total tree canopy. Learn about what you and your community can do to minimize the impact. + More information on the Emerald Ash Borer  



 EMERALD ASH BORER Learn how to fight thisdestructive pest. 







Our next cleanup is scheduled for

Saturday, October 27, 8:00 am to 12:00 pm


Please join us! Contact Graham Place at for details.


Help keep our adopted stretch of River Road trash-free. We clean five miles starting at Tinicum Park all the way up to Bridgeton Hill Road. "Many hands make quick work!"





 RIVER ROAD CLEANUP Here's your chance to help keep our township free of invasive plants!









Recently, executive director Jim Engel decided  he wanted to communicate the importance of the Tinicum Creek from a different perspective. Local resident and drone owner Bruce Wallace offered his expertise and time to help realize this vision.







 HAWK'S EYE VIEW A different perspective on one of Tinicum's most precious waterways, the Tinicum Creek





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