The Watchdogs of the Watershed will hold their second annual rubber duck race to showcase the Pompeston Creek this weekend.
Watchdogs Of The Watershed
Friday, April 26, 2013
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Cindy Pierson has started the Watchdogs of the Watersheds, an environmental group focusing on the lower region of the Pompeston Creek.
Cindy Pierson wants folks to know that she’s still in the area, and ever concerned about the Pompeston Creek—she’s just traveled downstream a bit, where her stalwart vigilance of the waterway will continue. Pierson for the last 12 years had been a formidable member of the Pompeston Creek Watershed Association (PCWA). The grassroots organization was started in 1963 by locals, the late Ruth Allen and the late Sybil Taylor. But in November 2012, Pierson, who was president, resigned from the PCWA’s board, mainly because she wants to concentrate specifically on the areas of the creek located from Route 130 to the Delaware River, a region that has “been the most neglected, but needs the most attention.” Recently, Pierson and a small band of …