Celebrate Earth Month with one of These Delaware Valley Organizations!

Margaret Mead said it best: "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it is the only thing that ever has." Henry David Thoreau was a champion for the environment in the 1800s, and today hundreds of groups in our area have blossomed in response to suburban sprawl,... Continue Reading →

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Where to Donate Business Clothing and Accessories in Delaware County

Whether it's a New Year's clean out or right-sizing your business attire, if you are looking for a place to put your professional or other clothing and accessories to good use (as opposed to donating them to a thrift store), this article is for you! Some of these organizations are also looking for regular clothing for... Continue Reading →

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Gardening on a Grand Scale in Glen Mills, Delaware County PA

"Everything that slows us down and forces patience, everything that sets us back into the slow circles of nature, is a help. Gardening is an instrument of grace. " --May Sarton Last week I caught one of the final glimpses of Eleanor Tickner’s breathtaking Peony Garden, located on Route 352 in Glen Mills, PA. A... Continue Reading →

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Your Holiday Guide for Good times in Delaware and Chester counties!

Delaware and Chester counties are rich in history and character. When holiday time rolls around, the charming towns of West Chester and Media come to life, creating the perfect backdrop for making holiday memories. Parades, carriage and train rides are great old fashioned fun for children and adults,  while home tours and art markets provide... Continue Reading →

Crebilly Farm Update 1/12/17

Dear Friends, I am still in awe when I think of the mass turnout for the latest PC meeting.  At least for myself, I must admit- it was thrilling to watch the mechanical room divider raised as the c… Source: Crebilly Farm Update 1/12/17

Native Plant Sales and Events in Delaware and Chester County

After that surprise spring snowstorm early April, it's nice to finally hear the familiar hum of lawn mowers, and the most welcome sign of spring, tulips and daffodils dotting the local landscape. And for the serious gardeners, signs for local native plant sales! Every gardener knows that the best plants are the tried and true plants grown in... Continue Reading →

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