Environmental Advisory Council

July 15, 2020 Uwchlan Township Environmental Advisory Council Workshop Meeting

In response to the declared emergency regarding COVID-19, the regular monthly meeting of the Uwchlan Township Environmental Advisory Council, scheduled for Wednesday, July 15, 2020 beginning at 6:30 P.M., will be held as a virtual meeting via the “Zoom” online meeting platform. The public is invited to attend this meeting by joining the virtual meeting. 


Regular Meetings

  • 6:30 PM
  • The Third Wednesday of every other month.

Workshop Meetings

  • 6:30 PM
  • The Third Thursday of every other month

Interested in being an EAC member?

The Uwchlan Township Environmental Advisory Council currently has 2 vacancies. All interested residents can apply by clicking the link below. 

Click Here to Apply for the EAC

EAC Members

  • Laura Obenski Chairperson
  • Toni Gorkin, Secretary
  • Tawnya McCain 
  • Alexa Manning
  • 2 Open Positions 

Contact Information

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Goals of the EAC

  • Increase public awareness, education and involvement regarding environmental issues such as stormwater management, recycling, pollution management and biodiversity through community activities, presentations, social media and the Township website.
  • Assist the Township Board of Supervisors in developing policy recommendations related to sustainable practices and supporting environmental education and involvement initiatives in the community.
  • Promote sound management of water resources, stormwater runoff, natural resources, recycling opportunities and beneficial gardening and wildlife preservation in the Township.
  • Continue EAC member education through interaction with the community, regional, and local environmental organizations to stay informed of the latest environmental regulations and trends to make Uwchlan Township a leader in environmental issues in Chester County.
  • Evaluate available funding opportunities to facilitate implementation of environmentally-beneficial projects in the Township through local, state and federal grants.

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