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Photos from Walking Tour & Green Fair

Updated: Sep 8, 2019

Walkers gathered at Houtman Park, the start point of the Walking Tour

Walk Leader, Abbie Wysor, instructed Walkers at the start of the 2.5 mile Walking Tour

The Walk Route was depicted on a map created by Walking Tour Organizing Committee member, Carole Smith

Walkers exited Houtman Park to start the Walking Tour

Cindy Hodgson, who led our sign making party, with her husband, Barry Halkin, at Manchester Park stop

Robin Lasersohn, Co-Chair of Keep Media Green, announced the planting of a redbud tree to enhance Manchester Park

Donna Cusano and Theresa Ann Dotts planted the tree! Their gardening companies, Eco Groovy Gardening and Heaven on Earth Gardening Services, along with Garden Influence and Redbud Native Plant Nursery, sponsored the tree planting. For more info, visit our sponsors page

Brooke Forry, resident of E. State Street, explained local concern about preserving the whole city block of green space at 300 E. State Street

Keep Media Green is seeking a win-win solution for preventing the construction of a 23-unit apartment complex at 300 E. State Street

The property has many mature trees in need of protection

The Walking Tour proceeded west on State Street

Mayor Bob McMahon greeted the Walking Tour at the Media Borough Municipal Center

Rest and rehydration at the Media Municipal Center

Media Borough Council president, Brian Hall, at the future pocket park at 5th & Broomall Streets

Walkers stopped at the site of the future pocket park at 5th & Broomall Streets

Media Borough Councilperson, Amy Johnson, explained the process of acquiring and designing the future pocket park at 5th & Broomall Streets. She has led a number of the Borough's environmental initiatives in recent years.

Keep Media Green board member, Will House, at 5th & Broomall Streets stop

Children admired one of the trees at 5th & Broomall Streets

Terry Rumsey & Robin Lasersohn, Co-Chairs of Keep Media Green, display the pocket park plans

Walking south on Orange Street between Third and Fourth Streets