Friends of Stroud Region Open Space and Recreation  

Stroud Greenway Logo

Membership

 

 

 

Become a Sponsor!

As a sponsor of the Friends of Stroud Region you would help SROSRC provide more programs and events to Stroud Region residents and guests. Your organization would be recognized in different ways depending on the sponsorship level chosen. Our Friends of Stroud Region Open Space and Recreation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Your generous donation to the Friends of SROSRC would be a tax deduction to your company.

Sponsorship Letter

Sponsorship Levels

If you have any questions call 570-426-1512.

Wear your support for everyone to see!

 A swirl joins water, land, and air with its living resources in a beautiful portrayal of the value of open space preservation in the Poconos. In one simple yet elegant flourish, the design captures the Stroud Region’s Levee Loop Trail, the ever-present cycle of life, and the interconnectedness of the greenway and all we cherish…

Liztech Jewelry’s custom design is offered to the public as a means to help support the work of the Friends, and is available at:

  • the Day Street Community Center, 15 Day Street, East Stroudsburg, PA
  • Liztech Gallery on Crystal Street, East Stroudsburg

Please make checks payable for $70 to Friends of Stroud Region Open Space and Recreation

                       

Membership

Members of Friends of Stroud Region help to provide recreational opportunities and preserve and protect open space in the Stroud Region. By their tangible support, Personal and Corporate Members help protect the Region’s natural, cultural and scenic resources, provide recreational benefits, and enhance the quality of life in our own neighborhoods and communities.

Annual Membership offer both personal and corporate stewardship roles in helping to meet the recreational needs and open space objectives where we live, work, and play.

Benefits

  • Discounts on Stroud Region recreational, educational, environmental, and cultural programming.
  • Discounts on rental of Day Street Community Center facilities.
  • Friends of Stroud Region Membership Card (Personal Providers).
  • Friends of Stroud Region Framed Certificate (Corporate Caretakers).
  • Public recognition in Stroud Region Connections.
  • Satisfaction in helping to improve regional quality of life issues.

    The official registration statement and financial information of Friends of Stroud Region Open Space and Recreation Commission may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll free, within Pennsylvania, 1 (800) 732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement. 

Introducing the Stroud Greenway logo!gway1

To readily identify the interconnectivity of the region’s natural assets and their impact on our economy, environment, and culture, the Friends of Stroud Region sponsored a logo contest among students of an East Stroudsburg University graphic advertising class to design a readily recognizable symbol for the Brodhead, McMichael, and Pocono Creeks Greenway.

 

Who We Are

The Friends of Stroud Region Open Space and Recreation is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization working to support recreational, educational, environmental, and cultural opportunities for all who live and work in the Stroud Region.

Encompassing nearly 38 square miles of exceptional natural beauty and resources of eastern Pennsylvania’s Pocono Mountains, the Stroud Region surrounds of the confluence of the pristine Brodhead, McMichael, and Pocono Creeks and its associated Stroud Greenway system.

The Greenway’s corridor of open space not only protects the watershed and shelters its wildlife, but also forms the green infrastructure of the Region’s recreational assets. More than two dozen regional parks offer year-round opportunities for active and passive leisure pursuits, with a series of trail systems connecting urban, suburban, rural, and wild places.

Friends of Stroud Region help to enhance the Greenway system by supporting the acquisition of key parcels of remaining open space, promoting community recreation programming, and developing greenway improvements and linkages.