LIVE EVENT: The Delaware River Watershed: Healthy or At Risk?
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Flowing more than 300 miles, the Delaware and its tributaries provide drinking water for 15 million people and a home to countless species. Farms and cities make their livelihood along the banks. What happens upstream in the Poconos affects the Delaware Bay. The watershed is our history and our health, our economic engine and life blood. It's our playground and our battleground.
Join us at WHYY for an interactive discussion about our Delaware River Watershed. Meet StateImpact Pennsylvania reporters Katie Colaneri and Marie Cusick. Hear assessments of the watershed's health from experts in agriculture, environment, development and energy. Ask questions and air your views. You'll leave with a much richer sense of how the Delaware is doing.
Speakers will include Delaware Riverkeeper Maya van Rossum, Patty Elkis of the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission, Peter Wulfhorst from Penn State University's Pike County Cooperative Extension and former Philadelphia Director of Commerce Stephen Mullin.
Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. at our building on Independence Mall. The program will begin promptly at 7 p.m.
With OVEE, you'll be able to join us even if you can't make it to Philadelphia. Watch live and interact with StateImpact reporters via web chat.
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- Zack Seward
Zack Seward is the Innovations Reporter at WHYY in Philadelphia.
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