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    Meg McGuire is a regular guest on WJFF's program "Making Waves." The show is on every Monday at 8 p.m., Meg is on every third Monday to talk about current issues on the Delaware.

Tower of F.E. Walter Dam, subject of U.S.A.C.E. study and a crowded meeting to discuss that study on Jan. 9, 2019. PHOTO BY KURT BRESSWEIN FOR LEHIGHVALLEYLIVE.COM

500 people pack meeting on using Lehigh River dam to combat drought

The F.E.Walter Dam on the Lehigh River is managed by the U.S.A.C.E., and it is undertaking a study to reevaluate its use — causing a hubbub in the communities in its watershed.

F.E. Walter Dam and Reservoir traps and holds the water of the upper Lehigh River in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. PHOTO BY MEG MCGUIRE

Meeting Thursday on F.E. Walter Dam

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers are reviewing the operations of the F.E. Walter Dam in a three-year study and are holding a public meeting about the study on Jan 9, 2020 in White Haven, PA

The Six Weeks of NewsMatch:<br>Week No. 3

The Six Weeks of NewsMatch:
Week No. 3

On the third Monday of every month, I’m on the radio! It’s a small public radio station — WJFF — much like Delaware Currents is: small but important. The community for WJFF is mostly the residents where it broadcasts: two of our four watershed states, way up in the upper watershed, in Sullivan and Delaware…

A surprise guest at a recent Water Quality Advisory Committee meeting! Serge the Sturgeon wants to make sure the Delaware River is a good place to raise his kids. GRAPHIC ILLUSTRATION BY CELIA HELFRICH

Complex computer modeling assesses Delaware River health
Third in a series: dissolved oxygen and the Atlantic sturgeon

Because the Delaware River is so much cleaner, the Atlantic sturgeon, an endangered species, has returned. Sometimes, in some areas of the river, there’s not enough oxygen for their young to thrive. The Delaware River Basin Commission is working on a model to see what’s needed to support those young fish.

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Take a tour through the Delaware Water Gap, the crown jewel that nearly disappeared

[This article was originally published in The Philadelphia Inquirer.] Fog snaked its way through the Delaware Water Gap on an early October morning, just like the river beneath it, clouding the view from the summit of Mount Tammany, the New Jersey peak that forms the gap’s eastern side. Blue jays shrieked and red-tailed hawks made…

Bridget Brady from the Delaware Riverkeeper Network addresses the Delaware River Basin Commission on Dec. 11, 2019. Lots of green head bands that say: No PennEast. PHOTO BY MEG MCGUIRE

DRBC listens to long list of problems with PennEast and many demands to shut down its application

Lots of people and organizations spoke out against the PennEast Pipeline at the Dec. 11, 2019 meeting of rthe Delaware River Basin Commission.

Fog shrouds the gap in Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Areas. PHOTO BY MEG MCGUIRE

Feds eye entrance fees for Delaware Water Gap park

The Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area is proposing entrance fees to help it deal with crowding and high demand for campsites.

From the set of the live TV panel discussion of climate change produced by the students of Montclair State University's School of Communication and Media. Meg McGuire (yours truly) in the center, flanked on the left by Timothy Hall, NASA senior scientist, and on the right by Louis Biondolillo, the student host of Focus: Climate. PHOTO COURTESY OF MONTCLAIR STATE UNIVERSITY

From the set of the live TV panel discussion of climate change

From the set of the live TV panel discussion of climate change produced by the students of Montclair State University’s School of Communication and Media. Meg McGuire (yours truly) in the center, flanked on the left by Timothy Hall, NASA senior scientist, and on the right by Louis Biondolillo, the student host of Focus: Climate. PHOTO COURTESY OF MONTCLAIR STATE UNIVERSITY

From the set of the live TV panel discussion of climate change produced by the students of Montclair State University's School of Communication and Media. Meg McGuire (yours truly) in the center, flanked on the left by Timothy Hall, NASA senior scientist, and on the right by Louis Biondolillo, the student host of Focus: Climate. PHOTO COURTESY OF MONTCLAIR STATE UNIVERSITY

The Six Weeks of NewsMatch:
Week No. 1

It’s NewsMatch time again… Some of you might remember this from last year. In November and December, I try and raise as much money as I can because every dollar gets matched (up to $1,000). This is a drive for donations from people who care about journalism AND the environment, specifically the Delaware River. Given…

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The Camden Collaborative Initiative 2019 Environmental Conference