Supporting the Natural and Cultural Resources along the Delaware River and Its Tributaries

Welcome to the Delaware River Greenway Partnership

The Delaware River Greenway Partnership, (DRGP), is a non-profit organization founded in 1998 that works to bring individuals, communities, businesses, recreational users, and all levels of government together to promote and protect a continuous corridor of natural and cultural resources along the Delaware River and its tributaries. In 2000, DRGP played a leading role in the successful campaign to include the Lower Delaware River in the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System.

Our strategic plan focuses our activities in three areas:

  • River corridor protection
  • Land and water trail development
  • Stewardship and community involvement

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Join us for the 2nd annual Clean Communities Delaware River Cleanup!

Cleanups will take place both along the shore and in canoes and kayaks.

Learn more here...

 

Tohickon Creek

Care About PA's Tohickon Creek?

We are tracking a potential Tohickon Creek water quality downgrade. Longtime Wild & Scenic Steering Committee Member Val Sigstedt writes, “It is wrong, arbitrary, sudden, and with no scientific reason, to lower the Tohickon’s purity designation.”

  • Read the NPS comments here.
  • Read PA State Rep. Wendy Ullman’s relevant op-ed about the Bucks County tributary here.
  • Read the Delaware Riverkeeper Network's comments here.
  • Read the Bucks County Planning Commission's comments here.
  • Read the Lower Delaware Wild & Scenic Management Council's comments here.
  • Read more from The Intelligencer here.
  • Read the proposal and 900 public comments here.
DRBC Summer 2018 Photo Contest Winner

The DRBC seasonal photo contest is open until Nov. 15th. An original fall photo taken in the Delaware River Basin can be the work of either an individual or organization. A high resolution image file and signed DRBC photo release required.

Learn more about contest details here.

2019 Mini-Grant Winners

The following entities will receive a total of $20,000 in support: (PA)


Projects include river research, youth science education, an educational exhibit, an environmental conference, native plantings and stream/slope stabilization. The 2020 mini-grant program will open in December for NJ and Pennsylvania nonprofits and government entities in the Lower Delaware region. 

USGS logo

Water levels on the Delaware are constantly changing. The USGS provides online tools to monitor the flow of the Delaware River and its tributaries, helping us to safely enjoy our river.
Learn more here... 

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