It’s a critical time for the Delaware River Towns to come together.
One of the many reasons we love this area is the pure beauty that surrounds us. Take a drive through Stockton, and you’ll know exactly what I mean. The many trails around the Delaware River are perfect places to explore with friends and family.
The proposed PennEast pipeline jeopardizes all of this. Targeting open space and preserved farmland, the PennEast pipeline will be devasting to our environment. The Delaware River is essential to the survival of many endangered species such as Bald Eagles, Harrier Hawks, Ospreys and so much more. 85% of the PennEast is proposed to cross through the Delaware, leaving substantial, lasting impacts. Preserved land is meant to remain preserved, not stolen by the unjust process of eminent domain. To learn more about the PennEast and its destructive ways, click here.
I like to think of the River Towns as one large community.
We may be spread out, but we share the same love for the beautiful Delaware River. We must protect our land. It’s time we take a stand together and why not have some beers while we’re at it.
On November 11th, join us at the Prallsville Mill for Pints Not Pipelines. Come to raise funds, awareness, and our glasses in support against the PennEast pipeline! Registration includes two craft beer tickets, available here. As we stand together and fight the pipeline, enjoy some tasty treats while rocking out to live music by The Bins featuring Patty Cronheim. This event is 21+.
The Prallsville Mill is located close to the Wickochee Creek which will be directly affected by the pipeline. After taking a walk around this area, it’s clear why the PennEast must be stopped.
Let’s come together for a great cause and great beer!