STUDIES, RESEARCH, AND PLANS
IS THE DEER POPULATION ABOVE FOREST ECOLOGICAL CARRYING CAPACITY IN ROSE VALLEY, PENNSYLVANIA, WILDLIFE SANCTUARIES?
Roger Latham (Continental Conservation)* and members of the Rose Valley Environmental Advisory Council
22 November 2019
The results of deer impact monitoring in the Long Point (Chadwick) Wildlife Sanctuary
MULTI-MUNICIPAL PARKS, RECREATION, TRAILS AND OPEN SPACE PLAN TOOLE RECREATION
Nether Providence Township and the Boroughs of Swarthmore, Rutledge and Rose Valley
A CONCEPTUAL STUDY FOR A ROSE VALLEY ROAD PATHWAY
August 7, 2020
Regarding walking and bicycling safely and enjoyably, Rose Valley faces a significant problem shared by numerous other historic suburban communities – it’s missing a pathway or even awalking path along its “Main Street”, Rose Valley Road. This conceptual study examines how this problem came about, and several concepts to be
considered for solving it.
More green in your pocket and community
Neighborly Natural Landscaping
Creating natural environments on your property
Rose Valley Bird List
By our resident ornithologist, Prof. John Smith
What are they and what can we do about them?
Best Plants to Enhance Wildlife and
Turn your yard into a wildlife magnet!
Native plant nurseries, organizations, species lists
Brush Piles for Wildlife Habitat
A good use for prunings and fallen branches
Safe Outdoor Burning and Better Alternatives
To burn or not to burn—and what RV’s law requires
Chester-Ridley-Crum Watersheds Association
Protecting our streams and water supply
Deer Management in Rose Valley
The whys and wherefores of our deer program