People ask what is we do to faciliate and manage the RC/NWT and the RSP Bluewater Trail. Pathways involves the community in 4 major ways.:
Pathways works to enhance access, protect, restore and manage water trails on the Rancocas Creek and along the RC Greenway. Guided by citizens, business and agencies Pathways tackles the most pressing issues faces by the Rancocas Creek.
2. Greenway and Water Trail promotion
The RCrk Greenway is found mostly along the lower tidal reaches in an exemplary linear park. Burl Co is looking to expand the Greenway the length of the Rancocas Creek. Pathways believes that the Greenway can help assure multi-use along the RC water trails. Promotion and awareness of the resource anchors this pillar of action for Pathways.
RCrk Water Trails are rich, vibrant, dynamic learning laboratories. Pathways encourages schools and community groups use the Creek as a natural outdoor classroom. The RCrk Water Trails enables youth and adults, locals and visitors alike to experience the Creek through hands-on activity, kayak excursions and interpretative visits. Promoting multi-use access faciliates learning.
Pathways creates events (Adopt a Creek, Clean-Op's Paddle Downs and other) and activities to draw people and involve people to the Rancocas Creek. Pathways engages and empowers a robust involvement by facilitating community inter-actions r/t development of the Water Trails and restoration of and on the RCrk.
Rancocas Pathways is a 501(c)(3) organization as determined by the IRS. As such, donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed. Check with your accountant if you have questions. For information related to the Unit and its tax status, including the determination letter and Form 990s, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org