On Saturday, June 15, the third annual Cherry Valley Festival will be held to celebrate the unique natural environmental qualities of the valley and raise awareness of conservation efforts underway.
The Brodhead Watershed Association (BWA), a non-profit organization committed to enhance public understanding of conservation and water issues is organizing the event in collaboration with the Josie Porter Farm. Sponsors include The Pocono Visitors Bureau and Stroudsmoor Country Inn. This year’s event will feature “Bird the Ridge – Conservation through Observation”, a public outreach program presented by Audubon PA. Overall, the festival is dedicated to preserving, protecting and enhancing the natural and cultural resources of Cherry Valley while promoting healthy living options for residents and visitors.
The Festival, held at the Josie Porter Farm, Cherry Valley Road, Stroudsburg, PA., will run from 10 AM to 5 PM, rain or shine. This will be a fun-filled day with family activities designed for the participation of children and adults. Planned events include educational speakers, nature walks, demonstrations, and environmentally themed vendors, arts and crafts. In addition, there will be: food and beverages available, a variety of raffle items, and a silent auction with proceeds benefiting BWA. Live entertainment throughout the day will include strolling musicians from the Pocono Bluegrass & Folk Society. The festival is free to the public. Directions and more information on the Farm and the Festival are available on the Farm’s website: http://www.josieporterfarm.com/
The Brodhead Watershed Association is a non-profit environmental organization formed in 1989. BWA is dedicated to protecting and preserving water resources and the environment of the Brodhead watershed and the water quality of the Brodhead, Cherry, Marshalls, McMichael, Paradise and Pocono creeks and their tributaries. In addition, the BWA assists municipalities, residents, businesses and groups with protecting natural resources through education, workshops, seminars, public programs and stream monitoring.
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