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LIVINGSTON MANOR, NY — A line in the latest New York State budget provides $300,000 in funding for environmental projects along the Upper Delaware River. The group of organizations that … more
UPPER DELAWARE REGION — The Delaware Aqueduct carries 600 million gallons of water daily from the Delaware River to New York City. It was originally scheduled to close this fall for repairs, a … more
According to the almighty Google, May Day is “a public holiday, usually celebrated on May 1st or the first Monday of May. It is an ancient festival marking the first day of … more
UPPER DELAWARE REGION — The beauty of the Upper Delaware River has significant impacts on the region’s economy, as tourists come to visit and as homebuyers flock to the area’s … more
What do you know about North America’s largest rodents, and in particular their unusual teeth? Castor canadensis is an aquatic fur-bearing mammal that was eliminated in Pennsylvania and most … more
UPPER DELAWARE RIVER — The approaching shutdown of the Delaware Aqueduct is an issue of clear importance to the New York City region. The aqueduct takes 500 to 600 million gallons of water … more
The Upper Delaware is an amazing resource and treasure for us who live near and recreate within its watershed. It is a complete ecosystem, a river that brings life, death and everything in … more
In the still-stark days of early spring, it’s easy to see evidence of woodpecker activity in the Upper Delaware River region.  Swatches of light-colored wood catch the eye as one passes by … more
Even though Valentine’s Day has passed and spring has yet to commence, the call of the wild has been heard here in the mountains, and many creatures have already begun the mating dance. It … more
What's going on in arts, leisure and the community January 20 to 26 more
We start with some simple foundations. Our climate is changing. With these changes, the weather is less predictable, and the environment is becoming less able to tolerate our overuse and … more
Over the river and through the woods, communities are stepping out with holiday events. Perhaps it is the excitement to gather together in spirit following more than a year’s worth of living … more
What's going on in your community November 18 to 24 more
What's new in arts, leisure and the community, November 4 to 10 more
The timing, in one sense, is fortuitous. As world leaders gather in Glasgow, Scotland, for a two-week United Nations summit that could shape how and whether the world effectively slows climate change … more
Driving or walking around the Upper Delaware River region at this time of year is a rich and nourishing feast for the senses as foliage and fruits ripen. Make time to harvest this sumptuous banquet … more
UPPER DELAWARE REGION — On Wednesday, September 20, the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) announced a total of nearly $11.5 million in grants funding environmental conservation and … more
Greetings, all. I’m listening to the thunder of flying squirrel feet in our attic. The squirrels have replaced the bats who owned the attic for 40 years, and the new residents seem to have made … more
UPPER DELAWARE REGION — Held by the Upper Delaware Council on Sunday, September 12 at the Central House Family Resort, the 33rd annual River Valley Awards honored the contributions made by … more
From the teacher speaking on behalf of students who are ably handling the pandemic, to fire department personnel relating impromptu rescues along the Hawk’s Nest section of Route 97, the Upper … more
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