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.

Contacts, Meetings and Volunteering

The Bushkill Stream Conservancy is an all-volunteer organization managed by a Board of Directors. The current officers are:

President, Kathy Altmann
Vice-President, Terry Kleintop
Secretary, Jennie Pinho
Treasurer, Lew Parker

For further information about Bushkill Stream Conservancy, or if you would like to become a board member, send an inquiry to:

Bushkill Stream Conservancy
P. O. Box 399
Tatamy, PA 18085

Or email us

About Our Board

The Board usually meets on the fourth Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. upstairs at the Tatamy Town Hall. Please contact us or check our Facebook page for confirmation. 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. For information about volunteer opportunities, or if you have historical documents or reference material relating to the Bushkill Creek (to be copied or donated), please email us at

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