DELAWARE CURRENTS ON WJFF-FM
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.
Valuing wetlands as places to keep intact, not build over
WHYY asked five individuals to tell us about their visions for the Delaware River Watershed — what it is, and what it could be. Leonard Stewart is a board member of the Eastwick Friends and Neighbors Coalition. He serves on the Lower Eastwick Public Lands Planning Steering Committee. My father worked at the Navy Yard. I would…
The Storage and Transportation of LNG: What Could Go Wrong?
Lonnie E. Click, a fire chief in Benton County in southern Washington, was at his desk when he first heard the call: an explosion at a liquified natural gas storage facility. The call was outside his jurisdiction but, based on what he was hearing on the radio, he decided to head to the scene. From atop a hill, Click…
Fracking ban approved
After years-long deliberation, the Delaware River Basin Commission today voted to ban fracking in the watershed. More study is set for the import to and export from the waters of the basin.
DRBC fracking vote coming Feb.25
A long-awaited vote on fracking in the watershed is coming Feb. 25. You can attend virtually, see story.
New alliance seeks to amplify Upper Delaware River voices
Mostly because there aren’t that many people in the Upper Delaware River, it’s beautiful. But towns need help to keep it that way. Something’s afoot in New York to help some of those towns.