Consortium for Scientific Assistance (Pennsylvania Only) Does your watershed group need help developing a volunteer monitoring program? Do you need help analyzing or presenting existing data you have collected? Could your group benefit from a presentation on a specific watershed topic? The Consortium for Scientific Assistance to Watersheds (C-SAW) can help you with these tasks and much more.
C-SAW is comprised of watershed specialists, including DRN staff, who provide eligible watershed groups or local project sponsors with technical assistance. The C-SAW Program is made possible through a grant from the PA Department of Environmental Protection’s Growing Greener Program. The service is at no cost to eligible groups.
Since 1961, the American Littoral Society has empowered people to care for the coast through advocating, learning, and conserving.
The Delaware Riverkeeper Network is a founding member of the Waterkeeper Alliance, a group that is dedicated to preserving our waterways and watersheds.
Schuylkill River project is an effort to describe stream water quality throughout the 1900-square mile Schuylkill River basin in southeastern Pennsylvania. We assess stream condition by sampling the macroinvertebrates (mostly insects, crustaceans, mollusks and worms) that live on the stream bottom.
SynTurf, a national and international forum dedicated to information regarding the environmental and health risks associated with artificial turf fields.
By providing a reliable body of information about environmental and health impact of artificial turf fields, this site seeks to level the playing field of information about turf in favor public's interest.
We invite you to contact the state environmental protection offices for additional information.
Visit the websites of businesses that support the Delaware Riverkeeper Network with both their time and financial support.
For fun on the river, visit the Delaware River Recreation Page for all kinds of events and activities