Bring this coupon to the Granite Run Lancaster Isaacs Restaurant location on November 13, 5pm-9pm, and donate 25%of your check to Habitat MT. RSVP to email@example.com if you’d like to dine with club members at 5:30pm, or bring your friends and family and dine separately. Take out orders also count towards the fundraiser when the following coupon is presented. Thanks for your support! Please share!
Doug Tallamny, Entomologist, speaking at College of the Atlantic in 2012.
General Meeting, Thursday 9/11 5:30pm, Stauffer Mansion
Native Plant and Wildlife Festival Committee Meeting, Monday, 9/15, 6:30pm, Manheim Township Public Library
Landis Woods Fine Outdoor Art Show, Habitat MT Information Table, Saturday, September 27, 9am-5pm
Habitat MT Meeting July 10th
Join us for our summer activities!
Garden Maintenance Dates:
Monday, July 14
Monday, July 21
Monday, July 28
Shine only, Overlook Park, Springhouse Area (Look for “Community Volunteer” sign)
Thursday, August 14th, 5:30, Stauffer Mansion on Lititz Pike
Lancaster Native Plant and Wildlife Festival Committee Meeting:
Monday, August 18th, 6:30pm, Manheim Township Public Library
21 day until the festival!!!!!
Historic Preservation/Conservation Forum March 6th
Please join us and bring a friend or neighbor who is interested in historic and natural resource preservation. The event is sponsored by MT Historical Society, Design Lancaster and Sierra Club.
The exact location of this free of charge event is the Board Room, on the second floor of the Manor
The forum will address:
• The heritage of Belmont, the historic farmstead on Fruitville Pike at US Route 30 in Manheim Township which includes a quarry and several lime kilns, which is now proposed as a commercial and residential development. A descendant of the Mayer family who built Belmont will reflect on his family’s connection to the site. Other presenters such as former State Representative Roy Baldwin will discuss the ongoing project to restore the mid 1700’s Stoner House on the Overlook Park campus, and roles citizens can play in shaping the outcome of these efforts.
• Projects and funding programs that affect natural resources such as woodlands, waterways, wetlands and wildlife habitat, and which also impact farmland and farm buildings, historic urban buildings and neighborhoods, and how citizens can organize to approach their local elected municipal governments to better protect these environmental resources.
• The proposed natural gas pipeline in Southern Lancaster County.
The city of Lancaster needs your help! As the city’s much celebrated Green Infrastructure plan moves forward, the stormwater management ordinance, proposed to establish a stormwater utility fee for all properties in the city, is under threat. The stormwater utility fee will be used to pay for green roofs, rain gardens, pervious paving, and other projects to manage the 1 billion gallons of polluted runoff from draining to the city’s inlets to our local waterways to the Chesapeake Bay.
But Park City Mall, one of the commercial entities with the most square footage of impervious surface in the city, is dragging its heels and is asking City Council to delay the adoption of the ordinance until they have ‘more information.’ Park City management claims that they have not had adequate time to prepare for the ordinance, despite participating with the City’s stormwater ordinance advisory committee for the past 2.5 years.
City Council President John Graupera announced that a public meeting will be held Wednesday, Feb. 19, at 6 p.m., in Southern Market Center, 100 S. Queen St. to discuss the issue, before the final vote on Feb. 25. CBF members and supporters, we need you at this meeting to speak up in support of the city’s Green Infrastructure Plan and the stormwater utility fee.
If you are able to attend this important meeting, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org so that I can have an idea of our representation at the meeting. I will provide talking points to attendees and encourage members to make a personal statement in support of the fee and the projects that it will fund. For more information, please check out the story from this week’s Lancaster Intelligencer Journal at: http://lancasteronline.com/lancaster/news/park-city-manager-delay-city-stormwater-fees/article_a034612e-9396-11e3-a1bc-001a4bcf6878.html
Thanks for your support, and I hope to see you Wednesday!
Pennsylvania Grassroots Field Specialist
Chesapeake Bay Foundation
Plant Festival Committee meeting schedule for tonight will be rescheduled. Please don’t go to the library tonight! Thanks!