Timber theft in Upper Delaware leaves owner bereft and forestland damaged

On Easter Sunday 2019, Helen Beichel traveled with a friend to visit forested land she owns in Sullivan County in...
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Partial Delaware Aqueduct drawdown to begin Oct. 16

The New York City Department of Environmental Protection will partially dewater the Delaware Aqueduct for three weeks starting on Oct....
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Firefly, a solar-powered boat, will connect Camden students with the Delaware

A deepwater marina in Camden, N.J., will become home to a catamaran that will take city students on educational excursions...
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Mississippi’s creeping salt line: A lesson for the Delaware River

What's happening in the Mississippi River right now provides a real-world cautionary tale about the risks of salt water creeping...
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Childs Park reopening eyed for 2024 after yearslong closure for repairs

A tour through George W. Childs Park in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area in Pike County, Pa., reveals...
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Water Resources Association of the Delaware River Basin honors leaders and innovators

The Water Resources Association of the Delaware River Basin on Thursday presented its 2023 Water Resources Awards, recognizing leadership, innovation...
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Tensions persist over NYC reservoir land protection more than 25 years after pact

New York City in 1997 rolled out a program across Delaware, Greene, Sullivan, Schoharie and Ulster counties to protect its...
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130-acre purchase in Shohola, Pa., will help protect Upper Delaware headwaters

The Nature Conservancy in Pennsylvania and Delaware has purchased 130 acres in Shohola Township in Pike County, Pa., and transferred...
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‘Go bag’: Why you need one and what to pack

Editor’s note: This is a free newsletter that was sent to subscribers. To sign up for the newsletters, email us. A...
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Model zoning rules: A community tool to cope with warehouses before it’s too late

Communities in New Jersey and Pennsylvania whose inadequate zoning and planning rules left them flat-footed coping with an explosive growth...
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Growing for good: Organic farming in Lakewood, Pa.

Two Creeks Farm is a 100-acre organic regenerative farm in the hills of northeast Pennsylvania where the cattle and the...
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