Jack’s Marina

Environmental Stewardship

Project: Wetland Restoration/Habitat Restoration

Location: At the confluence of the Delaware River and Neshaminy Creek Bristol Borough, PA (35 Acres)

Jack’s Marina is an example of a restored tidal, freshwater wetland. The wetland basin, with its plants and animals, helps clean and protect the Delaware River watershed.

The PRPA’s restoration of Jack’s Marina involved creation of intertidal and subtidal habitats, removal and management of invasive species, establishment of underwater plants, shoreline stablization, and creation of habitat for Redbelly Turtles.

Visit Salt Design Studios: Jack’s Marina page
                           Click on image to enlarge.
                           Click on image to enlarge.
                           Click on image to enlarge.