The Schuylkill Action Network (SAN) has a new plan with ambitious environmental goals for the next five years.
By 2025, the group hopes to preserve 5,000 acres within the Schuylkill River Watershed, remove 5 million pounds of trash, and have $500 million in infrastructure investment in the watershed, and that’s just a few of the plan’s many goals.
Our latest wetlands video is now available to watch! See what PDE has been up to in the world of tidal wetlands.
The migration or transgression of salt marshes upland and into the fringes of adjacent coastal forests is a natural process as sea levels rise.
We Have an Opening for a Public Engagement Fellow
Have you always wanted to work for the environment? Is public engagement your career field? PDE has an opportunity for you! PDE has an opening for an Engagement Fellow.
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Ever wonder about the Delaware Estuary’s murky water? Watch this to learn more.
What is an estuary? Partnership for the Delaware Estuary staff are often asked this question. An estuary is where the river meets the sea. PDE is the host of the Delaware Estuary Program. Watch this video and learn more!
Share your CCMP Success Story with us and win prizes!
PDE is collecting projects to track progress on clean waters, strong communities, and healthy habitats. Prizes will be awarded to select participating partners!
It is critical that we track progress on the Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan implementation on an annual basis so that we can identify and address programmatic and funding gaps, and share success stories.Read More
Blog: Water Quality Monitoring in the Delaware River Watershed
By Kaitlin Tucker, PDE Coastal Watershed Coordinator
In South Jersey, nine nonprofits are working together to protect the Kirkwood-Cohansey Aquifer, a groundwater system of 17 trillion gallons of water that serves as a source of drinking water for about 1 million people in South Jersey.
As of April 7, 2020, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy announced the closure of all New Jersey county and state parks and forests until further notice in order to slow the spread of COVID-19.
For information about what’s open, what’s closed, and what’s cancelled, please click here for our COVID-19 page.
Good news for spring! The latest issue of Perennial Pages is now available. Take a look by going here.
In this issue, read how to tame stress through gardening. Find out about weeds. Plus, the lasted in space invaders and more!