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Delaware Riverkeeper Network

The mission of the Delaware Riverkeeper Network is to protect and restore the Delaware River, its tributaries and habitats through advocacy, enforcement and citizen action.
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P.O. Box 326
Washington Crossing , PA 18977
Phone: (215) 369-1188
Fax: (215) 369-1181
E-Mail: drkn@delawareriverkeeper.org
Website: http://www.delawareriverkeeper.org/

Detailed Information:
The Delaware Riverkeeper Network is a nonprofit, membership organization that has worked since 1988 to strengthen citizen protection of the Delaware River and its tributary watersheds. An affiliate of the American Littoral Society, a national conservation group, Riverkeeper works throughout the Delaware's entire 13,000 square mile watershed which includes portions of NY, NJ, PA and DE.

Our programs include a watershed wide advocacy program; taking a stance on regional and local issues that threaten water quality; a tributary task force initiative designed to organize and strengthen local communities working to protect local streams; restoration projects organizing volunteers to restore eroded streambanks using bio-engineering techniques; a volunteer monitoring program with sites along the entire length of the River; pollution hotlines; an enforcement program; and student intern opportunities.

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