WATERSHED CONGRESS ALONG THE SCHUYLKILL RIVER
Sharing information, tools, and practices for watershed protection and restoration
The Watershed Congress Along the Schuylkill River advances the best available information and techniques for protecting and restoring watersheds. The focus on networking across disciplines means that the Congress melds science, policy and practical applications into one program. Every year, a growing and changing group of individuals attends to gain new knowledge, acquire tools, and practice techniques that will allow them to take active roles in the stewardship of their natural resources.
For 2023, the Watershed Congress Organizers are committed to getting back to our pre-pandemic form with a hybrid program this March. Programming will be presented in-person, Saturday, March 25, at the Montgomery County Community College-Pottstown. Virtual programming will be presented during the week of March 27.
Watershed Congress Organizers
The 2023 Watershed Congress was presented by the Delaware Riverkeeper Network and its partner organizations as well as private individuals.
Current organization partners represent:
Berks County Conservation District • Berks Nature • Center in the Park / Senior Environment Corps • Delaware Nature Society • Delaware Valley University • Friends of Heinz Refuge • Montgomery County Community College • Montgomery County Conservation District • Partnership for the Delaware Estuary • Pennsylvania Department of Conservation & Natural Resources • Pennsylvania Department of Education • Pennsylvania Sea Grant • Schuylkill Action Network • Schuylkill River Greenways NHA • Stroud Water Research Center • Temple University
Be a part of this great program - Consider becoming a partner or sponsor of the 2023 Congress
Becoming a partner is easy:
- Help share news about the Congress with your members or contacts.
- Help promote the Watershed Congress in your publications.
- Donate educational materials or door prizes.
Interested in sponsoring the 2023 Watershed Congress? Contact Chari@delawareriverkeeper.org.
Email for more information or call 215-369-1188, ext. 109.