Join us for our “green carpet” video Premier
The Philadelphia Water Department (PWD) and its many local partners are national leaders in understanding water resource challenges and pioneering solutions that improve our natural ecosystems and communities.
As part of our ongoing effort to highlight new ways of looking at rainwater runoff through our StormwaterPA program, GreenTreks has been working with PWD to document some of the exciting transformations that are taking place throughout the city – one home, one street, one neighborhood at a time.
Join us for a toast on the green carpet this Wednesday, October 6, to preview videos from our latest series. Green City, Clean Waters brings PWD’s work to life, and shows how their “green” methods of preserving and restoring our waterways protect public health and improve our quality of life in surprising ways.
GreenTreks and the Philadelphia Water Department present “Green City, Clean Waters”
Wednesday, October 6, 5:30 pm
Fairmount Water Works Interpretive Center
640 Water Works Drive, Philadelphia
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We’ll be screening the following videos (total running time is approximately 50 minutes)
• Green City Clean Waters
• Creating Community: Columbus Square Park
• Greener, Healthier Play: Herron Playground
• The Watershed Connection: East Falls
• Keeping Water on Site: Waterview Recreation Center
• Green Schools: Albert Greenfield Elementary School
• Solving Runoff Block by Block
For information about the Fairmount Water Works Interpretive Center, go here>>
For more information about PWD’s Green City, Clean Waters initiative, go here>>
If you can’t make the screening, get more information about StormwaterPA here>>
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