NYCDEP looks to assuage fears about the Delaware Aqueduct shutdown
By Meg McGuire | April 13, 2023
The date for the Delaware Aqueduct shutdown still stands at Oct. 1 but if meteorological conditions aren't right, there's a...
‘The Big Think’ with Andrew Johnson
A series of conversations with people who have worked in and for the watershed, sharing their expertise and knowledge
By Meg McGuire | February 6, 2023
Andrew Johnson was an environmental grant-maker at the William Penn Foundation from 2001-21 and oversaw its Watershed Protection Program for...
Delaware Currents in 2022: A year in review (ICYMI)
By Meg McGuire | January 3, 2023
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What I discovered snorkeling in the Delaware
By Meg McGuire | September 23, 2022
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It’s been a minute…
Catching up from a busy summer
By Meg McGuire | September 14, 2022
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Turning kids into eager anglers for trout
FUDR Bill Canfield Fly Fishing School
By Meg McGuire | September 7, 2022
The first sounds you hear as you get close to this idyllic spot on the famed Beaverkill River is hooting...
Microplastics prevalent in samples from the Delaware River
Fibers made up the majority of the tiny plastics collected, study finds
By Chris Mele | September 1, 2022
Microplastics, tiny plastic fragments about as big as a sesame seed that can be harmful to aquatic life, were found...
Middle Delaware basin’s water quality is better than many
Pocono streams face stress from development
By Chris Mele | May 18, 2022
Editor’s note: This is the latest in a series of stories exploring water quality in the nine basins in Pennsylvania...
NewsMatch: Your donation means more now than ever
By Meg McGuire | November 10, 2021
It’s NewsMatch time again...and Delaware Currents exists because of it! NewsMatch, which works to strengthen the fundraising capabilities of nonprofit newsrooms...
Meg McGuire, founder of Delaware Currents, is honored by PennFuture
By Chris Mele | July 7, 2021
Meg McGuire, the founder, publisher and editor of Delaware Currents, an online news magazine dedicated to covering the Delaware River...
The Six Weeks of NewsMatch:
Week No. 3
By Meg McGuire | December 19, 2019
On the third Monday of every month, I'm on the radio! It's a small public radio station -- WJFF --...