Lower Merion High School Senior Noa Fohrer Tells the LM School Board That They Are Out Of Touch With What Students Really Want, and That Destroying Oakwell Is Definitely Not On Their List Of Things To do.
A Black Rock Middle School Teacher Makes An Appeal To The Lower Merion School Board About Their Proposed Plan To Destroy Oakwell Forest and Replace It With Auxiliary Athletic Fields.
The Tide is starting to Turn In Oakwell's favor as the Supporters of The 13.4 Acre Forest Continue To Press the Lower Merion School Districts Plan To Clear Cut The Land and Replace It With Axillary Athletic Fields.
As Save Oakwell continues to draw more attention and supporters, this vibrant video was shot and edited by a Lower Merion Township resident who heard about the cause and wanted to visit Oakwell for himself. This is what he saw.
Lower Merion Township Residents Voice Their Concerns with the School Districts Future Plan to Cut Down Hundreds of Trees at Oakwell Forest. Oakwell, a close neighbor to the Stoneleigh Preserve, is a 13.4 Acre Parcel of land in Villanova, Pennsylvania where the School District wants to build accessory playing fields for a recently built Middle School.
Members of this Villanova, PA community battle the Lower Merion School District to prevent them from building auxiliary athletic fields for Black Rock Middle School, a project that would clear-cut and destroy hundreds of trees. Former Lower Merion Commissioner Brian Gordon explains why the School Board should re-think their cause.
The Majesty of Flying High Above the Oakwell Tree Canopy In Villanova, PA
Audio of The Great Horned Owl Recorded by Villanova Resident Kelly Watson, whose property borders Oakwell.
Villanova Resident Kelly Watson Gives an impassionate plea to save and preserve the trees at Oakwell, located in Villanova, Pa. The Lower Merion School District wants to clear-cut hundreds of trees to build athletic fields for its students at Black Rock Middle School.
First, they came for Stoneleigh, now Lower Merion School District wants to clear cut 500 mature trees from Oakwell, the historically significant neighbor to Stoneleigh preserve. Amid our continuously unfolding climate catastrophe, we cannot stand silent.