Join the National Park Service on April 27 at First State National Historical Park for their upcoming watershed cleanup celebrating Earth Month.
Come out for a morning of service at this historical park where one of the largest battles of the Revolutionary War took place. Volunteers will help improve the watershed by removing trash and debris in and around the streams that feed into the Brandywine Creek.
Please wear clothes that are appropriate for the weather and come prepared to get wet and/or dirty. All ages are welcome!
To learn more, email Samantha Baranski.
Note: This information is provided by the National Park Service. If you are interested in attending this event, always contact the park prior to your visit to confirm all the event details.
Events may be changed or even canceled at any time, so always confirm with the park before you go!