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  • The Delaware River provides drinking water to over 17 million people.

  • The Delaware River provides drinking water to over 17 million people.

  • The Delaware River provides drinking water to over 17 million people.

About Delaware Riverkeeper Network (DRN)

The Delaware Riverkeeper Network champions the rights of our communities for a Delaware River and tributary streams that are free-flowing, clean, healthy, and abundant with a diversity of life.



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Defend our Water & Our States’ Rights From Trump’s Dangerous Rollbacks!12

Defend our Water & Our States’ Rights From Trump’s Dangerous Rollbacks!

Sign the petition to stop LNG export on the Delaware River13

Sign the petition to stop LNG export on the Delaware River

Tell the DRBC It's Time to Say NO to the PennEast Pipeline!14

Tell the DRBC It's Time to Say NO to the PennEast Pipeline!

NJDEP and Governor Murphy: Don’t Delay -- Deny PennEast Pipeline’s Deficient Water Permits Today!15

NJDEP and Governor Murphy: Don’t Delay -- Deny PennEast Pipeline’s Deficient Water Permits Today!

Sign our Frack Ban Petition!16

Sign our Frack Ban Petition!

The Atlantic Sturgeon Need Your Help!17

The Atlantic Sturgeon Need Your Help!

PennEast Pipeline is Doubling Down, It's Time to Flood NJ, PA & DRBC With Letters to STOP PENNEAST!18

PennEast Pipeline is Doubling Down, It's Time to Flood NJ, PA & DRBC With Letters to STOP PENNEAST!

Forums on New Reports on the Health and Economic Impacts of Fracking in Pennsylvania19

Forums on New Reports on the Health and Economic Impacts of Fracking in Pennsylvania

East Whiteland Supervisors Need To Hear From You20

East Whiteland Supervisors Need To Hear From You

Sign the Petition Today— New York Deserves Constitutional Protections for Right to Clean Air and Water!21

Sign the Petition Today— New York Deserves Constitutional Protections for Right to Clean Air and Water!

Sign the Petition to help New Jersey obtain a Green Amendment22

Sign the Petition to help New Jersey obtain a Green Amendment

We Need Congressional Hearings into the Abuses of Power and Law Perpetrated by FERC!23

We Need Congressional Hearings into the Abuses of Power and Law Perpetrated by FERC!

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August 29, 2019

1,200 American Eels were released into the Pickering Creek earlier today as part of an effort to reduce the impact of invasive crayfish in the stream. The Delaware Riverkeeper Network, Western Pennsylvania Conservancy, Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University and United States Geologic Survey are partners in the effort to bring the migratory fish back to the Pickering. Eels play an important role in the health of streams.

 

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Meet the Delaware Riverkeeper

Maya K. van Rossum has served as the Delaware Riverkeeper and leader for the Delaware Riverkeeper Network since 1994. 

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