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Heron's Eye Communications

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Krista Gromalski
306 Greeley Lake Road
Greeley, PA

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Heron’s Eye Communications is a publishing, marketing and project management firm committed to fostering a desirable quality of life and viable local economy by creating or reinforcing strong client and community partnerships. Our work is guided by the goals of delivering your message conscientiously—clearly and in your voice—and supporting a positive relationship between you and the group with which you desire a stronger connection. Heron's Eye is developing in association with W Design and the Delaware Highlands Conservancy for launch during 2010. In 2008, Heron's Eye received a PA Governor's Award for Environmental Excellence for work on the public television documentary Nature's Keepers: A Community of Conservationists.

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Krista Gromalski is a Co-Founder of Heron’s Eye Communications. She earned her B.A. in Communications from Wilkes University, and has enjoyed a diverse career in journalism and public relations. Before starting Heron’s Eye, Gromalski worked as a reporter covering the Upper Delaware River region, served as Editor & Publisher of Milford Magazine and Campaign Manager for Pike County’s successful Vote to Keep Pike Green open space ballot initiative. Gromalski is a Producer of the public television documentary Nature’s Keepers: A Community of Conservationists, for which Heron’s Eye Communications received a 2008 PA Governor’s Award for Environmental Excellence. She is a Board Member of the Delaware Highlands Conservancy and Chair of its Outreach & Development Committee. Gromalski is also a blogger for the PA Land Trust Association.

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Referendum to Authorize a Tax or Bond for Conservation
Willing to share resources and experiences. Heron's Eye Co-Founder Krista Gromalski served as Campaign Manager for Pike County's successful Vote to Keep Pike Green initiative which won with 68.5% of the vote.

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