Meg McGuire

Marist College students create a video about New York City’s reservoirs

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EPA hearing focuses on new dissolved oxygen rules for section of Delaware River

The tussle over revising the uses of the urban section of the Delaware River, as well as the accompanying water...
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Could the DRBC finally get the federal money it’s owed? Maybe

If "Ensure Funding For Our Environment Act" passes, the Delaware River Basin Commission will finally get its full fair share of...
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Latest salvo in the battle to save endangered sturgeon comes from the Philadelphia Water Department

As the largest single source of treated wastewater in the Delaware Estuary, the Philadelphia Water Department contributes the lion's share...
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Batten down the hatches!

Wherever you live in our watershed, flooding is increasing, from Bristol, Pa., to Dover, Del., from Delaware County in New...
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EPA seeks to improve dissolved oxygen levels and water quality in urban stretch of Delaware River

All in all, it was a good week for the Delaware River. Two significant developments point toward possible improvements in...
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Tookany/Tacony-Frankford: Water connects us

The Tookany/Tacony-Frankford waterways are a big name for what is really a rather small stream or two, or three, or...
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The ‘Big Think’ with Ron MacGillivray

A series of conversations with people who have worked in and for the watershed, sharing their expertise and knowledge. You...
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DRBC proposed rule changes draw scrutiny and criticism

This story is a revision of a previous story about the public hearings held on Monday, Nov. 13, about the...
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