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Thanks to everybody who responded to our late day appeal yesterday and contacted their Decree Party representative urging them to avoid another yo-yo water release on the UDR this weekend and to sign the new long term reservoir management agreement…it
We are hearing that another harmful yo-yo release will start tomorrow evening on the Upper Delaware River due to forecasted rain next week. We’re also told we can avoid this yo-yo if the new long term reservoir plan gets signed
FUDR’s Water, Water, Everywhere (WWE) conference last week highlighted and tied together some of the most pressing issues facing the communities and people who rely on a healthy Upper Delaware River watershed for their livelihood and way of life. The
In response to heavy public pressure, the 1954 Supreme Court Decree Parties convened last week in Trenton, NJ to provide the public with a status update on the next plan for the management of the NYC Delaware River basin reservoirs.
We hope to see you tomorrow at the Delaware River Basin Commission-Regulated Flow Advisory Committee (RFAC) The meeting is from 1:00-4:00 p.m. at the West Trenton Volunteer Fire Company Hall, 40 West Upper Ferry Road, West Trenton NJ. Click here
Wednesday October 11 at the West Branch Angler – Agenda Will be Posted Soon!
Today New York City announced they will be phasing out the voluntary release program that began on June 1 when the 5 Decree Parties failed to reach agreement on a long-term management plan for the Delaware River basin reservoirs. The
Delaware River Reservoir Management Plan As all of the Decree Parties continue to negotiate on a new plan for the NYC Delaware basin reservoirs, we continue to operate under the “voluntary program” with NYC (supported by NY, PA, and DE)
Great News from Capitol Hill!! The new federal Delaware River Basin Restoration Program received a nice kick start in Congress yesterday when a key appropriations committee in the U.S. House of Representatives approved $5 million for the program. The funding