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  • The Delaware River provides drinking water to over 17 million people.

  • The Delaware River provides drinking water to over 17 million people.

  • The Delaware River provides drinking water to over 17 million people.

  • The Delaware River provides drinking water to over 17 million people.

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About Delaware Riverkeeper Network (DRN)

The Delaware Riverkeeper Network champions the rights of our communities for a Delaware River and tributary streams that are free-flowing, clean, healthy, and abundant with a diversity of life.



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DEADLINE for public comment on LNG by Rail Extended to August 7, 2019!6

DEADLINE for public comment on LNG by Rail Extended to August 7, 2019!

Forums on New Reports on the Health and Economic Impacts of Fracking in Pennsylvania7

Forums on New Reports on the Health and Economic Impacts of Fracking in Pennsylvania

East Whiteland Supervisors Need To Hear From You8

East Whiteland Supervisors Need To Hear From You

Tell the DRBC and watershed Governors to Say “NO” to PennEast!9

Tell the DRBC and watershed Governors to Say “NO” to PennEast!

Sign the Petition Today— New York Deserves Constitutional Protections for Right to Clean Air and Water!10

Sign the Petition Today— New York Deserves Constitutional Protections for Right to Clean Air and Water!

Sign the Petition to help New Jersey obtain a Green Amendment11

Sign the Petition to help New Jersey obtain a Green Amendment

We Need Congressional Hearings into the Abuses of Power and Law Perpetrated by FERC!12

We Need Congressional Hearings into the Abuses of Power and Law Perpetrated by FERC!

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May 23, 2019

The Delaware Riverkeeper Network, students, teachers, area residents and other organizations celebrated the fish migration by paddling from Palmyra to Camden on the Delaware. The groups celebrated improvements in water quality on the Delaware but also called for better dissolved oxygen levels in that section of the river.

 

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Meet the Delaware Riverkeeper

Maya K. van Rossum has served as the Delaware Riverkeeper and leader for the Delaware Riverkeeper Network since 1994. 

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