Promoting restoration, conservation, and enjoyment of the natural resources of the Brandywine and Red Clay watersheds

Promoting restoration, conservation, and enjoyment of the natural resources of the Brandywine and Red Clay watersheds

Books and Boots program

Just because the weather is getting cooler doesn’t mean the kids can’t still be out learning in nature. Visit our events page for more information on this program for 2-7 year olds.

BRC Receives National Fish and Wildlife Foundation Grants

BRC is pleased to announce that we were chosen to receive two grants from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation- one to complete our work to reduce sediment pollution and improve water quality in the Upper East Branch of the Red Clay Creek Watershed in East Marlborough Township, and another to complete a watershed assessment and restoration plan for the Lower West Branch Red Clay Creek Watershed from Route 1 downstream to its confluence with the east branch near Marshall’s Bridge.

Plum Run Work Continues

Work resumed on our Plum Run Stream restoration this month with the beginning of the final Phase 3 at Lenape and Tigue Roads. The stream restoration will remove nearly 2,000 cubic yards of sediment that was deposited over 100 years ago behind the old Strode’s Mill Dam and regrade the stream banks to prevent any new stream erosion. Our partner with this project is East Bradford Township who is working to develop the Plum Run Preserve as natural open space with trails and historic interpretation. With the completion of this project, nearly two miles of Plum Run have been restored to improve water quality and aquatic habitats. This project is funded by a grant from PADEP Growing Greener program and Chester County Municipal Grants Program

Get ready for summer!

Please visit our Summer Camp 2021 page for more information.

Come visit...

The 318-acre Myrick Center contains trails for walking and horseback riding as well as areas for picnicking, bird watching and enjoying the natural environment.

LEARN MORE

  • Spotlight

    Books and Boots program

    Just because the weather is getting cooler doesn’t mean the kids can’t still be out learning in nature. Visit our events page for more information on this program for 2-7 year olds.

    BRC Receives National Fish and Wildlife Foundation Grants

    BRC is pleased to announce that we were chosen to receive two grants from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation- one to complete our work to reduce sediment pollution and improve water quality in the Upper East Branch of the Red Clay Creek Watershed in East Marlborough Township, and another to complete a watershed assessment and restoration plan for the Lower West Branch Red Clay Creek Watershed from Route 1 downstream to its confluence with the east branch near Marshall’s Bridge.

    Plum Run Work Continues

    Work resumed on our Plum Run Stream restoration this month with the beginning of the final Phase 3 at Lenape and Tigue Roads. The stream restoration will remove nearly 2,000 cubic yards of sediment that was deposited over 100 years ago behind the old Strode’s Mill Dam and regrade the stream banks to prevent any new stream erosion. Our partner with this project is East Bradford Township who is working to develop the Plum Run Preserve as natural open space with trails and historic interpretation. With the completion of this project, nearly two miles of Plum Run have been restored to improve water quality and aquatic habitats. This project is funded by a grant from PADEP Growing Greener program and Chester County Municipal Grants Program

  • Family Programs

    Books and Boots

    December 2 @ 10:00 am

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    Books and Boots

    December 16 @ 10:00 am

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  • Summer Camp

    Get ready for summer!

    Please visit our Summer Camp 2021 page for more information.

  • Myrick Conservation Center

    Come visit...

    The 318-acre Myrick Center contains trails for walking and horseback riding as well as areas for picnicking, bird watching and enjoying the natural environment.

    LEARN MORE

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Do you love Brandywine Red Clay as much as we do?

The association plays an important role in the watershed and the work we do is making a measurable difference in the cleanliness and protection of this valuable water resources. One of the reasons that we love this area is due to the rich cultural and historical heritage.