Steering Committee

Steering Committee
Rancocas Pathways, Incs process of community involvement is a dynamic, vibrant, collaboration of associations among neighbors, individuals, business owners cultivating bridges among community based non-profit organizations, foundations, agencies and other community-centric clubs.   Common ground of all involved is working to advance completion of the Rancocas Creek, a proposed National Water Trail.


The SC goal is to raise the profile of the RCNWT and its public benefits of multi-use activities of this the Rancocas Creek as a significant local,  regional and national asset.

Forming, cultivating and harvesting the results of a open public discussion the  nomination of the RCNWT SC anchors on coalition building.  The SC follows an agreed-upon governance framework.

If you and your organization wants to learn more about joining the Steering Committee of the Rancocas Creek, a proposed National Water Trail nomination please contact John Anderson, Director, Rancocas Pathways.

“Many drops makes a water drop” is an old Swedish folk expression.  The interpretation of the saying is it takes many to form a single stream.

Responsibility of the SC

Rancocas Creek, a proposed National Water Trail has formalized a steering committee, under a 501c3 non-profit umbrella, Rancocas Pathways, Inc., in order to facilitate the nomination of the National Water Trail. To join and or participate the RCNWT SC  Contact John Anderson, Water Trail Manager

The RCNWT SC is focused on acting in the best interests of enhancing, elevating and improving access along the multi-use Rancocas Creek water trails.  The SC operates, reviews and advocates a variety of program elements to advance the RCNWT.  Look around our website and if you have any comments or questions, please feel free to contact us. We hope to see you again! Check back later for new updates to our website.

There’s much more to come!
RCNWT Steering Committee Action Items: 

Forward suggestions.The SC is being cultivated via social media forums, e-mail, meetings (formal and informal), FB, Twitter and various other means of communication.  As the SC gains traction so do will the changes be posted on and about the the web site.

Do you want to participate  and get involved in the RCNWT contact the water trail manager.  Your thoughts, questions, concerns, issues and what-not else are a valuable element of the RCNWT.  Do not hesitate to get involved and zap a note to John Anderson,  Water Trail Manager



Rancocas Pathways, Naturally text 609-456-9344

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