Attend at least three of the Partnership’s Earth Week events, get your passport stamped at each one, and drop it in the entry box at your final Earth Week event be included in a raffle for cool prizes such as:
- a two-day adventure on the 2018 Delaware River Sojourn
- an all-inclusive one-night stay for two adults and two children at Woodloch Pines Resort
The Pike/Wayne Conservation Partnership is an alliance of over 20 government, non-government, non-profit, and grassroots organizations that work toward common goals for natural resource conservation, sustainable communities and citizen involvement in community planning in Pike and Wayne Counties.
Partnership members include: Delaware Highlands Conservancy, PA Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Keystone Clean Water Team, Lacawac Sanctuary, Lackawanna College, Lackawaxen River Conservancy, Lake Wallenpaupack Watershed Management District, National Park Service – Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, National Park Service- Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River, The Nature Conservancy, Northeast PA Audubon Society, Northern Tier Hardwood Association, Pennsylvania Environmental Council, Penn State Extension, Pike County Conservation District, Pike County Office of Community Planning, The Pinchot Institute for Conservation, Pocono Environmental Education Center, Promised Land State Park, SEEDS (Sustainable Energy Education and Development Support), US Forest Service at Grey Towers NHS, and Wayne Conservation District.