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Group 2 Delaware River Watershed Initiative

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The health of our river and streams depends on all of us

Across the Delaware Basin, homeowners, farmers, students, scientists and community leaders are working together to clean up streams, conserve forests and farms, and green our communities. You can help by volunteering for a stream cleanup, tree planting or citizen science project; creating a rain garden; landscaping with native plants; and being careful to use and dispose of harmful substances properly, including motor oil, road salt, fertilizer, paints and pesticides. To get involved with clean water efforts in your area, please contact your local Delaware River Watershed Initiative partner.

Schuylkill Highlands
Partnership for the Delaware Estuary – Kate Hutelmyer

Upstream Suburban Philadelphia
If you are interested in water quality monitoring volunteer opportunities, please contact Lindsay Blanton, Water Quality Outreach Coordination at the Wissahickon Valley Watershed Association. All other inquiries, please contact the Pennsylvania Environmental Council, Paul Racette.

Upper Lehigh
Please use the contact form at Wildlands Conservancy

New Jersey Highlands
The Nature Conservancy of New Jersey – Eric M. Olsen or Ellen Creveling

Middle Schuylkill
Berks Nature – Kim Murphy

DRWI regional coordinator Steven Schwartz

Share your connection to this precious resource by using #4states1source

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