Bucks County Audubon Society at Honey Hollow (Bucks Audubon)
Statement on Clean Water Protection
Bucks Audubon supports the need for clean and accessible water as a vital resource for the successful continuation and support of the quality of human life, to ensure bird and wildlife survival and to support healthy plant life. Bucks Audubon is part of the Honey Hollow watershed and has always taken responsibility for ensuring that the water on its property remains clean to support flora and fauna on the land we manage. In addition, we ensure that water used by Bucks Audubon re-enters the watershed as clean and pure as possible in support of others in our watershed and beyond.
Bucks Audubon supports both the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s commitment to natural resources including clean water in its Constitution and the Clean Water Act (33 U.S.C. §1251 et seq.) passed by the United States Congress in 1972.
Bucks Audubon is committed to working along with its partners and the general public to ensure continued support for the protections of our water resources through education about Clean Water laws and policies and by promoting personal actions to protect and conserve our water resources.