Touring Plaster Creek public parks from the headwaters to the mouth may lead you to ask all sorts of questions about land use, communities, connectedness, flow and volume. What happens to the creek when it rains?

“One of the ways you can help ‘save the creek,’ so to speak, is by helping people connect with it…when you allow people to connect with a place, they take more stake in it. When they can connect with it, they enjoy it, they figure out the value that it has and they want to do something about it.” – Interviewee for oral history project