The Delaware River Watershed supplies water to more than 15 million people, or about 5% of the nation's population. It's natural lands both protect clean water and provide a habitat of regional and hemispheric importance. The story of the river includes stories of its people and wildlife that depend on it for survival, the threats to continued sources of clean water, and the river as an economic engine.

The project is funded by The William Penn Foundation.

  • March 8, 2017 |  PlanPhilly

    Environmental foundation to guide Eastwick's plan

    It’s easier to understand Eastwick’s flooding problem when you look at an old map and realize that most of the neighborhood was part of the Tinicum Ma...
  • March 3, 2017

    More than 15 years in the making, Port of Paulsboro receives its first shipment

    As President Trump works to come up with a plan to create jobs, he may want to look to Paulsboro, New Jersey.
  • February 27, 2017

    Board dismisses appeal to block Delaware City refinery project

    A Delaware City refinery could be a step closer to transporting ethanol.
  • February 27, 2017 |  PlanPhilly

    Kenney budget puts $90 million toward Penn's Landing park capping I-95

    Funding for a large new waterfront park at Penn’s Landing will be tucked into Mayor Jim Kenney’s budget address this Thursday.
  • February 27, 2017 |  StateImpact

    Pa. DEP proposes fee increase to improve drinking water standards

    The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection is working on a plan to avoid losing control over its safe drinking water program, along with ...
  • February 27, 2017 |  StateImpact

    Trump plans to ditch Obama’s protection for small wetlands and waterways

    On the campaign trail, President Trump promised to get rid of regulations, especially those designed to protect the environment.
  • February 24, 2017 |  As Seen on First

    Delaware's toxic release report card [video]

    For years, Delaware was known as the Chemical Capital of America, and while the number of chemical firms in the state has declined in favor of credit ...
  • February 14, 2017

    Philly exhibit elevates lowly mussels as water-filtration wonders

    The Fairmount Water Works is showing off its mussels. A new, permanent exhibit at the former municipal pumping station near the Art Museum of Philade...
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