Watershed Resources


SAN Member Organizations

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  • US EPA U.S. EPA leads the nation's environmental science, research, education and assessment efforts to protect human health and the environment.
  • Delaware River Basin CommissionDelaware River Basin Commission provides leadership in restoring the Delaware River and protecting water quality, resolving interstate water disputes without costly litigation, allocating and conserving water, managing river flow, and providing numerous other services.
  • Pennsylvania Dept. of Environmental ProtectionPennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection protects Pennsylvania's air, land and water from pollution and provides for the health and safety of its citizens through a cleaner environment.
  • Philadelphia Water DepartmentPhiladelphia Water Department primary mission is to plan for, operate, and maintain both the infrastructure and the organization necessary to purvey high quality drinking water, to provide an adequate and reliable water supply for all household, commercial, and community needs, and to sustain and enhance the region's watersheds and quality of life by managing wastewater and stormwater effectively.
  • Partnership for the Delaware EstuaryPartnership for the Delaware Estuary leads collaborative and creative efforts to protect and enhance the Delaware Estuary and its tributaries for current and future generations.
  • Schuylkill River Heritage AreaSchuylkill River Heritage Area is the premiere website for recreation, eco-tourism and cultural heritage in the Schuylkill Watershed region.
  • Philly RiverCastPhilly RiverCast is a forecast of water quality that predicts potential levels of pathogens in the Schuylkill River between Flat Rock Dam and Fairmount Dam (i.e., between Manayunk and Boathouse Row)
  • Watershed Information CenterWatershed Information Center is a web-based library of watershed-related information for the Philadelphia region stakeholders.
  • Schuylkill Priority LandsSchuylkill Priority Lands website is designed to make the data, methodology, results and maps of the Schuylkill Watershed Priority Lands Strategy easily accessible to open space planners, land trust staff, municipal officials, funders and others for use in making strategic open space protection decisions.
  • RiverBaseRiverBASE is a project of the Environmental Program of Reading Area Community College. Its goal is to provide educators in the Schuylkill River watershed with resources covering science, natural history, history and culture of the river watershed.
  • StormStormwaterPA is a collaborative effort that highlights stormwater management innovations–and provides developers, municipal officials, and engineers with the tools to transform local runoff problems from unwanted nuisance into beneficial resource.
  • EAC NetworkThe EAC Network of PEC is helping local officials to make sound environmental decisions within and across municipal boundaries by promoting the establishment and support of EACs across the Commonwealth.

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