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Tookany/Tacony-Frankford Watershed

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10th Annual Watershed Milestones Award Ceremony

So many people and organizations in the TTF watershed community have made significant contributions to improve TTF watershed health in 2021. Join us for our 10th Annual Watershed Milestones Award Ceremony to recognize our Watershed Heroes and Partner Alliance! This...
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TTF Watershed Partnership 2021 Photo Contest

Professional and enthusiast photographers of all ages are invited to participate in our second biannual photo contest! The eligible coverage area has been expanded to the entire TTF watershed.   Five entries are allowed per person, however an individual is...
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Tacony Creek Cleanup with United By Blue

Join United By Blue and community partners for a cleanup of Tacony Creek! Meet us at the Whitaker Gateway entrance to Tacony Creek Park, and we’ll get you set up with cleanup supplies, snacks, free reusable water bottles, and more....
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Julie Slavet: Q & A with TTF Watershed Exec Director

This week Green Philly Blog is interviewing some of Philadelphia’s women sustainability leaders in honor of closing out March as International Women’s History Month. Some of the women are well-known in our city, and some are a little more under the radar. Our interview for today is with Executive Director of Tookany/Tacony-Frankford (TTF) Watershed, Julie Slavet! A Boston native, Julie Slavet has been involved in the sustainability scene for over 30 years. Designing her own undergraduate degree in environmental studies (since it didn't exist yet) at Smith College, she proceeded to get an energy independence internship with the National League of Cities and receive her grad degree at UMass. She's worked in a variety of places including work on local, sustainable initiatives in Washington and local governments in Massachusetts. Not one to settle for par, she left a Dallas Texas Suburban hell to raise her family in the more walkable Philadelphia community, Jenkintown. After working various local communication positions and learning about sustainable initiatives in Philly, she landed her role at the Tookany/Tacony-Frankford Watershed. Let's get to our interview with (the other) Julie!
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