The Brandywine Creek Greenway, a regional planning initiative of the Brandywine Conservancy, has expanded into Delaware. Over the past few years, the Brandywine Conservancy and Delaware Greenways—in collaboration with a diverse group of municipal partners, state and regional agencies, and nonprofit organizations in New Castle County and the City of Wilmington—have been working together on this exciting project.
The Brandywine Creek Greenway is a conservation corridor, centered on the Brandywine and the lands around it. This regional initiative draws on past and present planning efforts to connect communities up and down the Brandywine, from its headwaters in Honey Brook Township, Pennsylvania, all the way to the City of Wilmington in Delaware, where the water meets the Christina and Delaware Rivers. As one collective, the Brandywine Creek Greenway helps further advance partners’ efforts to protect natural and historic resources, and to connect citizens with recreation opportunities on and along the Brandywine.
Interested in learning more about the Brandywine Creek Greenway in Delaware? Click here to view a recently published draft concept plan and map.