Senator Singleton To Partner With Palmyra Cove Nature Park For Shore-Line Clean-Up
PALMYRA, NJ - In honor of International Biodiversity Day, Senator Troy Singleton will partner with the Palmyra Cove Nature Park (PCNP) for a clean-up along the Delaware River. The monthly “Serve with Senator Singleton” event will be held on Saturday, May 18, 2019 and volunteers are asked to serve along with the Senator from 10:00am-12:00pm at thePalmyra Nature Cove, 1335 Route 73 South.
The Senator and a group of volunteers will lead a trash and debris collection along the shoreline in an effort to maintain healthy waters for the wildlife who depend on them. Volunteers may also help plant flowers used to attract hummingbirds, butterflies and bees. In the event of rain, volunteers will work on a project to help prevent bird-window strikes. Anyone interested in volunteering can sign-up on the Senator’s website: https://www.senatorsingleton.com/palmyra_nature_cove
“The Palmyra Cove Nature Park displays unique dedication to preserving our natural parks and their inhabitants,” said Senator Singleton. “I look forward to partnering with the Cove to collect waste from the shoreline and am excited to work with the community to celebrate biodiversity through this clean-up.”
This event will be the Senator’s 17th “Serve with Singleton” community service project. Previous volunteer efforts included: painting the Habitat for Humanity Re-Store, Community Options homes, and the Roebling VFW; clean-up days at Jacob’s Chapel Ministry Center, Strawbridge Lake, Whomsley Field, Providence House and Bordentown’s Senior Center; supply drives for UIH Family program; setting-up Cinnaminson’s Relay for Life; building animal shelters with HousePaws; volunteering at the Extended Hands Ministries homeless shelter and the Burlington County Library System’s 5th Annual Makers Faire.
Palmyra Cove Nature Park (PCNP) is a 250 acre urban oasis along a highly developed area on the Delaware River. Habitats included in PCNP are wetlands, woodlands, meadows, wild creek and river shoreline, and freshwater Tidal Cove. By protecting this habitat, PCNP preserves the ecological richness of the local environment.