High Rocks Improvement Project

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What is the project?

EPAC is excited to spearhead the High Rocks Improvement Project. The intent of the project is to address infrastructure needs and improve the experience for all users.

 

Key Project Objectives:

  • Expand the parking area (Approved! Timeline TBA)
  • Explore options for restroom improvements
  • Reintroduce native plants and remove invasive species
  • Add 3 sitting benches at the Vista area
  • Improve the kiosk as well as add educational signage
  • Continue trail maintenance and graffiti removal
  • Repair fence holes

*We will continue to add items to the list as we gather community feedback. 

Project Partners

DCNR
Bucks County Parks and Rec

We Want to Hear From You!

  • What improvements would you like to see?
  • What concerns do you have?
  • Do you want to volunteer?
  • Can your business be a partner?

    Updates

    March 9, 2022 - Parking and Restrooms

    Preliminary survey has been done for the parking lot expansion. Bucks County is adding another portable restroom, that is ADA compliant, for the season.

    December 21, 2021 -Native Plant Meeting

    Kind Earth Growers

    On the day of winter solstice, representatives from EPAC, DCNR and Kind Earth Growers came together to explore how we could work together and support the growth of native plants. Native plants not only support the local ecosystem but assist with erosion control as well.

    The project will include collecting, “washing” and planting local seed as well as invasive species removal. A timeline is currently in the planning stages and we will reach out with volunteer opportunities as they become available. The entire process will take no less than 3 years from sow to grow so we are in it for the long haul!

     

    Kind Earth Growers logo

    About Kind Earth Growers: Kind Earth Growers is a wholesale nursery, in Ottsville PA, founded to meet the demand for native wetland and dry-site perennials used in ecological restoration, storm-water management and functional landscape design. The majority of their seed comes directly from the local area and then finds its way throughout the country.

    November 17, 2021 -EPAC Launches Campaign

    EPAC launches campaign! Our next step is to share this information with as many people as possible and gather feedback from the community.

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