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The Oley Hills looking north from Rt. 662.

Photographer:

George Kramer

Mission Statement

Oley Hills Alive

 

 

Living in the Watershed *

 

                       

                        

Preservation and Stewardship 

 

 

Heroes

 

                       

                        

We will be celebrating the conservation and stewardship the leaders responsible for the preservation of the Oley Hills and Valley. 

 

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Website Manager:

Jack Grebinger

Tracy and David Toth, organic farmers, have created

riparian areas on their farm. To visit the Toths click Living*.

 

 We dedicate our resources to continue our part in the preservation of the Exceptional Value streams flowing through the Oley Hills of Berks County, Pennsylvania. We also include the woodlands, wetlands, meadows, farmlands and historic structures that grace our cherished Oley Valley

and its surrounding hills.     

Lowell Seip and his family have a nursery and a

produce stand on their farm in Huff's Church.

To visit the Seips click Living*.

 

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 Phoebe Hopkins is our first hero. 

 

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 Stephen Kindig is our hero. He

has a long history of respecting

antiquities and nature.

 

Barb and Mike Dietrich and their family have a

produce stand on their organic farm in Pikeville.

To visit the Oley Valley Organics click Living*.

 

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 Piper Sherburne is our hero because she has worked tirelessly to preserve and protect the Oley Hills and Berks County.

 

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Rob & Karen Kline are our heroes because they are not going to develop their land and because they have created a solar power company.

 

We will be congratulating the people who live in the watersheds and care for them. Their concerns help in the preservation of the Oley Hills and Valley. 

 

Joe Lynch and Karl Steiner have  created a

unique and private hide away near Lobachsville.

To visit their Blumenhof Farm, click Living*.

 

Contact Us



jack@oleyhillsalive.org

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Jack Grebinger has been given a page. To learn more about him please click on the link with his name.

To learn more about the Oley Hills click the second link. 







To learn more about George Kramer, please click the Memorial button.

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Jack Grebinger

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Warning! 

If you see these pretty bugs, they are not heroes. They are destructive pests that were accidentally imported as egg clusters on decorative stonework from Asia. They are pretty little monsters called spotted lantern flies. To learn more about these insects and how to deal with them, please click on the link below.

 

Spotted Lantern Fly  

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Warning! 

If you see these muddy looking blobs on trees and fence posts, firewood or flower pots or stonework, they must be destroyed. The links above will explain how to do this in the most effective and green way.

 

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 The Oley Hills
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