Community Support

Community Support (folks gathered above chillin in the shade awaiting Summer Solstice high tide, Mt. Holly Green Foot Bridge) Anchors the RCNWT Initiative.  Since 2016 the following organizations and communities have endorsed written support, are actively facilitating areas of mutual interest in the RCNWT Initiative or otherwise as noted involved in cultivating civic engagement, anchoring community support and enhancing water trail specific public access.  Other resolutions or endorsements are being collected:   Contact John Anderson, Director Rancocas Pathways:   ingvarja@verizon.net

A link to the 155 Page presentation on the Rancocas Creek

The Partial List

NJ Senate Allen-Greenstein Resolution 78

NJ Department of Environmental Protection

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NJ Pinelands Commission

Burlington County Park System,

Rancocas Nature Center

Mt. Holly Township

Westampton

Eastampton

Lumberton

Hainesport

Delanco

Edgewater Park

Rancocas Conservancy

Moorestown

City of Burlington

Mansfield

Medford Lakes

Crosswicks Creek Association

Stockton State College Maritime Field Station

 

Businesses Involved w/ Rancocas Creek Water Trail Adopt a Creek events

Robin’s Nest, Mt. Holly  – Creekside

Village Idiot Brewing Company, Mt. Holly- Creekside

Spellbound Brewing Company, Mt. Holly – Creekside

Mt. Holly Motorsports (Paddle Safe)

Mill Race Village Shoppes, Mill Race, Mt., Holly – Creekside

Fernwood Springs Farm. Westampton

Vincent Home Made Ice Cream Mt. Holly (Seasonal)- Creekside

Rancocas Veterinary Associates ur paddling pup’s emergency n routine needs. Creekside

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Note:  Mt. Holly business entities and stores are frequented by folks after paddling where vibrant, dynamic discussions ensue among water trail volunteers.  RP encourages all visitors to support local Commerce. NJROTC Cadets from Rancocas Valley Regional High School and volunteers from Rowan College at Burlington County are involved in Adopt a Creek events.  Students from Stockton University Marine Field Station are conducting research on the Rancocas Creek’s maritime cultural landscape.

 

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Individuals Too Numerous to count and a big huge tip of the hat.

PS:  Thumbs Up and Thanks to All.

 

Drop a note as additional resolutions are sought.   Community-centric outreach is taking place through-out the Rancocas Creek Watershed.

 

 

 

 

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