1st Vineland Chief Scouts

Twenty Mile Creek Watershed Project


Welcome to the 1st Vineland Scouting environment project. This project was initiated in January 2002 by three scouts working toward their Chief Scout Award.

The Twenty Mile Creek Watershed  is influenced by a wide variety of human activities that adversely impact water quality, fish and wildlife, and therefore people in the area. This page is dedicated to promoting education of the effects of human activity on environmental quality in the watershed.

Twenty Mile Creek at the Jordan Hollow, April 17, 2002

Take a virtual tour of the Twenty Mile Creek Watershed by clicking on the various sites on the map below and learn more about this important natural area. 

Learn more about the Twenty Mile Creek.

Start your tour by clicking on site one, Lake Ontario.