Student Art, Clean Water
Each year, Partnership for the Delaware Estuary (PDE) unites with colleague organizations to host student art contests in Philadelphia and Wilmington. There’s also an annual contest for schools located within the Schuylkill River Watershed — Berks, Chester, Montgomery, and Schuylkill counties.
PDE freshwater mussel program in the spotlight
Writer Madeline Bodin features PDE’s freshwater mussel program and hatchery in The Revelator, a publication for the Center for Biological Diversity. Click this link to view article in PDF format.
“When Danielle Kreeger works in the small, glass-walled hatchery at the Fairmont Water Works in
Philadelphia, she feels she’s on display.
What is your water super power?
If you had a water superpower, what would it be? Would you influence tides, talk to animals, or would you have the ability to turn into a puddle and make a fast getaway?
Nature can be a great ally for infrastructure
By Kate Layton, marketing and communications manager, and
Kaitlin Collins, watershed planning coordinator
Infrastructure is only as good as we make it. Roads, walls and levees are necessary to our modern world, but they don’t last forever.
Photo Credit: Kate Layton
Choose clean water every day.
Did you drink your eight glasses of water today?
How about a shower?
Partnership for the Delaware Estuary, the Delaware Nature Society, Delaware Center for Inland Bays, and the University of Delaware Water Resources Agency have joined together to educate people about clean water and water issues in Delaware.