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These products were created for WREN local projects. You may use or modify for your own projects

 

Spring Creek Streamside Restoration Interpretive sign

at Spring Creek in Swatara Watershed - 4,436 ft. buffer installed 2011

Developed by local coalition led by the Dauphin County County Conservation District and partners- Streamside Buffer Restoration project


Little Aughwick Creek Watershed sign

Little Aughwick Creek Watershed sign

at Cowan's Gap State Park

Developed by the Fulton County Conservation District - Friends of the Little Aughwick Creek local project


Allegheny County Parks AMD interpretive signs

Developed by the Allegheny County Parks local project

Sign 1, sign 2, sign 3, sign 4, sign 5

Sign design: Karen Sandorf Design | Illustration
412-225-1105 ks@ksandorfgallery.com

Manufactured by Bunting Graphics, Verona, PA 412-820-2200


Grow Zonegrow zone 2Riparian Buffer

Allentown Parks Streamside Signs

Grow Zone, Grow Zone 2, Riparian Buffer

Developed by the Allentown Parks local project (signs not funded by WREN)


Wanut Creek Watershed Sign

Walnut Creek Watershed Sign

Developed by the Asbury Woods Partnership in Erie County, with a WREN WEPP Opportunity Grant

See the watershed information the sign leads you to.


Rain Barrel/Urn sign

Rain Barrel/Urn sign

Developed by The Pomfort Group, in Cumberland County, with a WREN WEPP Opportunity Grant

See a picture of the rain urn


Sign

Rain Garden Sign

Developed by the Barrett-Paradise Friendly Library, in Monroe County, with a WEPP Opportunity Grant

Rain Garden Sign

Developed by Roaring Creek Valley Conservation Association along with partners and SCASD students in Columbia County, with a WREN 2010-2011 NPS Watershed Education grant


Sign

Detention Basin Sign

Developed by the Warrington Township, Bucks County, Local Project


Sign

Watershed Educational Kiosk Sign

Developed for the Blacklick Creek Watershed


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Sign1

Watershed Identification Signs

Developed for the Mehoopany Watershed


Rain Barrel signs

Developed for the Monroe County Conservation District Rain Barrel workshop project


Stormwater Best Management Practice Sign

Sign - Wayside Exhibit

Developed by the Pocono Environmental Education Center  in Pike County


Dubois Municipal Reservoir

Sign - Reservoir Sign

Developed by the DuBois Reservoir Commission local project


Belmont Do Not Feed the Geese sign

Sign - Do not Feed the Geese

Developed by the Philadelphia Water Department local project


Do Not Feed the Geese sign

Sign - Do Not Feed the Geese

Developed by the Ethel Springs Reservoir Public Water Supply Protection Project


 

 


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