Thank you to our volunteers that worked to plant 10,000 native trees, shrubs, and perennials within the Perkiomen Watershed!

Riparian Forest Buffer Projects

Each fall, the Conservancy performs several native tree planting projects to improve water and habitat quality. Explore how native plantings benefit our watershed.  



Source Water Protection Projects

In the spring and summer,
the Conservancy installs native
rain gardens to help manage stormwater by reducing the amount of runoff and pollutants entering our streams.

Past Projects

View our 2017 projects where hundreds of volunteers helped to successfully plant over 1,000 trees at different sites throughout the watershed.

2018 Plant-A-Thon Dates and Sites

  • September 22nd - Towamencin Township Office

  • October 5th - Camp Wawa

  • October 12th- Jacob Reiff Park

  • October 13th - Pleasant Spring Creek

  • October 26th - Telford Rain Garden

  • October 31st - Perkiomen Watershed Conservancy
    (Haunted Pawpaw Planting!)

  • November 2nd- Heckler Plains Farmstead

  • November 3rd - Kriebel Road

  • November 10th - Ted Dannerth Memorial Park

Thank you to our 2018 Sponsors