You are invited to participate in our survey measuring public perception and understanding of Green City, Clean Waters. Green City, Clean Waters is Philadelphia’s 25-year plan to reduce stormwater pollution currently entering our creeks and rivers through the use of Green Infrastructure like rain gardens and stormwater tree trenches. In this survey, you will be asked to answer questions about your demographics, viewpoints and understanding of Green Stormwater Infrastructure. It will take approximately five minutes to complete this 18-question survey. Thank you very much for your time and support. Please start with the survey now by clicking here.
Check out our first ever harvest donation day at East Passyunk Crossing Community Gardens. So thrilled to be working with our new partners at Southeastern Asian Mutual Assistance Associocations Coalition (SEAMAAC) and to be able to donate fresh produce to folks who can use it!
East Passyunk Crossing Community Garden‘s first ever community day. The garden was open for Community members to come share in the peace of the garden, socialize with other members of the neighborhood, enjoy free burgers and hot dogs and help plants seeds and starters in the community plots.
East Passyunk Crossing, Newbold Neighbors and Passyunk Square Civic Association are working together to host a yard tree giveaway this spring. Pre-register now for up to TWO free trees to plant in a yard on private property in Philadelphia. Choose between a variety of species – including fruit trees. Walk-in participants will be accepted at the end of each event while supplies last.
May 16, 10am-noon
9th and Wharton Entrance
The EPX Fall Tree Planting event will be held on Saturday, November 15, where we will be planting trees throughout our neighborhood by request of the homeowner through PHS and their Plant One Million program. If you would like to help with the event please meet us 9:30am at the East Passyunk Crossing Gardens and join in the fun.