Celebrate Maya van Rossum’s 25 year anniversary of leading the Delaware Riverkeeper Network![...]
On the 47th anniversary of the passage of the Clean Water Act, advocates, elected officials including Camden County Freeholder Nash and Pennsauken Mayor Betsy McBride will join together on the banks of the Cooper River to build public support for the first ever designation of an urban waterway to Category One protection status by the NJDEP.[...]
Join veteran environmentalist and original petitioner and leader of the Green Amendment movement, Maya van Rossum at the North American Association for Environmental Education Annual Conference, as she discusses her new book, The Green Amendment: Securing Our Right to a Healthy Enviro[...]
1,200 American Eels were released into the Pickering Creek earlier today as part of an effort to reduce the impact of invasive crayfish in the stream. The Delaware Riverkeeper Network, Western Pennsylvania Conservancy, Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University and United States Geologic Survey are partners in the effort to bring the migratory fish back to the Pickering. Eels play an important role in the health of streams.