Art exhibit underscores mussels’ vital role in the Delaware River
“Freshwater,” at the Cherry Street Pier in Philadelphia, marries art and science
By Katherine Rapin | August 22, 2022
If you’re strolling through Cherry Street Pier in Philadelphia this summer, you’re bound to run into something you wouldn’t expect:...
Wild celery grass restoration underway in the Delaware Estuary
The plant is both an indicator of water quality and an improver of it
By Katherine Rapin | June 20, 2022
In a small classroom at the Center for Aquatic Sciences at Adventure Aquarium in Camden, N.J., the early stages of...
Urban BoatWorks brings Camden youth to the river
Students learn basic carpentry, life skills and mentorship — and connect to waterways in their own backyard
By Katherine Rapin | May 26, 2022
On a recent Monday afternoon in Camden, N.J., a group of seventh-graders gathered around a 16-foot boat placed upside down...
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