Bridging the divide: Milford, Pa., mayor shows us how
Here's something worth watching

Here's a movie that will lift your spirits: How Sean Strub found supporters from all sides of our political differences to win his mayoral election.
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Lake Hopatcong battles algae and aquatic weeds

Lake Hopatcong braces for summer and lots of fingers are crossed that it can evade the Harmful Algae Blooms that can squash lake activity.
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Protecting Lake Hopatcong through the decades

Lake Hopatcong is New Jersey's largest lake and has lots of people and institutions and governments interested in protecting its health.
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Delaware Watershed Leadership: Four voices for the river

Each year, the Coalition for the Delaware River Watershed appoints four "leads" -- one for each of the river's four border states -- to amplify the needs of the Delaware River at the state and local level and join with the CDRW to meet with members of Congress to present the needs of the watershed as a whole.
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PennEast Pipeline: Round 2 with the DRBC

The PennEast Pipeline is once again looking for the Delaware River Basin Commission to approve its project, though now in an amended version with Phase 1 just in Pennsylvania.
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I Know How Painful Racism Is But We Can’t Give Up on Voting
Let your voice and your vote be heard, if you want to make change happen.

Congressman Antonio Delgado (NY-19) writes about his experience as a black man in America and the power of love and democracy.
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WURD Radio to host series of monthly conversation on environment and racial justice

Broadcasting from Philadelphia, WURD Radio has a unique connection to the city’s Black and Brown communities since it’s the only African-American owned-and-operated radio station in the state.   WURD Radio’s ecoWURD initiative will host a series of monthly on-air/online/video conversations exploring the intersection of environmental justice, Covid-19 and the impact on Black and Brown communities.…
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Do you know where your watershed is?

Fourteen new signs will welcome travelers to the Delaware River Watershed in the New York counties of Broome, Delaware and Sullivan.
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Delaware River named River of the Year by national environmental organization

[This article was originally published by The Philadelphia Inquirer] American Rivers, an environmental advocacy group, has named the Delaware as its river of the year for 2020, hailing it as a “national success story” for its dramatic revitalization from the decades it spent polluted by industrial and sewage waste. “The Delaware shows how a healthy river can be…
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COVID-19 has shut down hundreds of cleanups, leaving parks and waterways filthy

[This article was originally published by The Philadelphia Inquirer.] Each year, people throughout Philly and the region emerge from winter and eagerly flock to green spaces, blissfully unaware that they all look so clean because thousands of volunteers have cleaned them. This year, that’s not the case, and it shows as litter — some of it…
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Cooper River is first urban waterway in N.J. to get upgraded protection

[This article was originally published by The Philadelphia Inquirer] New Jersey has upgraded the protection status of 600 miles of rivers and streams, including a two-mile stretch of the Cooper River as it runs through Camden, making it the first urban waterway with such stringent safeguards in place. The state’s Department of Environmental Protection adopted the…
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