If You Live, Work, or Play in the Delaware River Watershed, Our Plan Matters to You!
The Delaware Estuary – the tidal Delaware River and Bay – is the heart of the Delaware River Watershed. It spans from Trenton, NJ to Philadelphia, PA to Lewes, DE and relies on clean water from streams throughout the watershed, including those in the Delaware, Schuylkill, and Brandywine river valleys, and along the bay shores of Delaware and New Jersey. The Revised Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan (CCMP) for the Delaware Estuary aims to make watershed improvements to benefit millions of people who live, work, and play in the tri-state region (PA, NJ, DE). The original 1996 CCMP became the founding document of the Delaware Estuary Program and established the first goals and targets for habitats, waters, and a high quality of life for residents of the Delaware Estuary.
|Complete Revised CCMP||Introduction|
|Clean Waters||Strong Communities|
|Healthy Habitats||Finance Strategy & Monitoring Approach|
|2019 Revised CCMP Summary Brochure|