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White Clay Creek

The White Clay Wild and Scenic Program: Preserving, protecting, and promoting the beauty and value of the White Clay Creek watershed. Wild and Scenic Program Goals: Improve and conserve water quality and water quantity. Conserve open space, woodlands, wetlands &...
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New bipartisan congressional Delaware River Watershed Caucus formed

Group will focus on funding, education and conservation issues U.S. Representatives Antonio Delgado (D-NY-19) and Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA-1) recently announced a new bipartisan congressional group, the Congressional Delaware River Watershed Caucus. The caucus is dedicated to Delaware River Watershed issues and...
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EPA gives $18K to Temple students to address lead contamination in water

The nationwide program will be giving $800,000 to greening and health efforts. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued an $18,705 grant to Temple University. The grant is a part of a nationwide initiative to grant $800K to 32 student teams,...
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Pools Out for Summer: How COVID-19 stole another Philly institution this Summer

Pools may seem like a luxury, but for many, they’re jobs, a way to escape the heat and connect with neighbors. Philadelphia Public Pools are a community asset often overlooked, despite thousands of people relying on them year after year....
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Wolf Administration Responds to Pipeline Spill at Marsh Creek State Park

After the local spot for paddling suffered a spill on Monday, the state responds & SUP rentals stopped. Energy Transfer (owner of Sunoco) has spilled at least 10,000 gallons of industrial waste, horizontal directional drilling (HDD) fluid into Marsh Creek...
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To watch: 6 Green Public Art Projects Popping up in Camden Soon for “A New View”

A project aiming to place large-scale public art in six blighted lots throughout the city announced its eight finalists. If you’ve walked past vacant lots in Camden, you may have noticed the symptoms of illegal dumping: discarded appliances, building materials,...
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Will the Cannabis Industry Wreck Sustainability?

The cannabis production wave is going large scale fast and furiously at an incredible growth rate of almost 40% worldwide. According to CNBC,  analysts have already determined that marijuana tax revenues exceed alcohol tax revenues in the states of Colorado,...
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All Natural Makeup: Why you should Switch to Toxin-free

Much like we obsess over healthy food, using natural beauty products should be another piece of our daily lives. Cosmetics, to some extent, penetrate the skin – it’s estimated that up to 60% of the makeup products we use are absorbed...
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