The Bushkill Stream Conservancy is a public-private partnership advancing the conservation and enhancement of the Bushkill Creek watershed. The Conservancy sponsors programs of education, public outreach, recreation, environmental research, streamside restoration, and historical documentation.
We meet on the third Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Tatamy Municipal Building on Broad Street, which is one block south of Main Street/Uhler Road. Persons interested in becoming active participants in the Conservancy’s work are urged to attend. We also welcome volunteers to participate in a wide range of projects, ranging from improvement of streamside buffer areas and control of invasive alien plants to water quality monitoring and more complex efforts funded by grants from private and public sources.