We can accommodate volunteer groups, welcome families to a relaxed atmosphere, or just come out and volunteer reforesting, removing invasive plants, tree tending, or choose to do a trash cleanup, whatever you would like your volunteering experience to be there are many options any given day.
We will teach you about how Riparian Buffers, trees, and flood plains help lessen storm water and flooding in our community. Learn about invasive plants, and current environmental initiatives from other nonprofits, and hear about current government projects which rarely get highlighted in the news.
Along Black Ditch, a tributary of Mill Creek in Levittown, Bristol Township PA we are installing a riparian buffer to help lessen storm water. We will be removing invasive shrubs then planting native trees and native berrying shrubs to spread the good native plants by feeding birds.
3 acres , 200 trees, 50 shrubs
We have ongoing volunteer opportunities tending this 2.2 acre area in Neshaminy State Park.
1236 Native Trees and Shrubs were planted in Neshaminy State Park from 2020-2022 by volunteers for Nonprofit Excel Events funded by Treevitalize and in Partnership with Keystone 10 Million Trees.
Neshaminy State Park is along the Delaware river. At low tide the beach is exposed and it is pretty nice but their is usually some interesting trash that washes up . On a sunny day you feel like it is the ocean shore but with Philadelphia in the background.
Come out to Neshaminy state park