A storm drain in front of Fleetwood High School is adorned with river critters to promote a simple message: Pollution in our drains is pollution in our streams.
Plans are moving forward for the removal of a former desilting dam that has drawn crowds as a swimming hole, resulting in several injuries and deaths.
Dozens of paddlers are preparing for a week-long journey from Schuylkill County to Philadelphia in what will be the 20th year of the Schuylkill River Sojourn.
Penn State Berks students teamed up with the City of Reading Public Works Department to implement projects that will inform residents about the harmful effects of dumping chemicals and litter into the storm drains leading into the Schuylkill River.
The final public meeting on the proposed Wissahickon Gateway Plan will be held Wednesday, May 23, at 6:30 p.m. in the Downs Hall auditorium at Jefferson University, 3243 W. Schoolhouse Lane, East Falls.
More than 20 volunteers assisted in planting colorful flowers and shrubs Saturday in a pollinator garden along the Schuylkill River Trail in Pottstown.
In a first for the nation, Philadelphia officials have launched the first city-owned mussel hatchery as part of an effort to improve water quality in the Delaware River Basin.
Montgomery County Conservation District and Partnership for the Delaware Estuary’s “Schuylkill Action Network” partnered with Simon Property Group to host an Earth Week Pollution Prevention “Mixer” event for the King of Prussia Restaurant, Food Service and Hospitality Community. The event was held at King of Prussia Mall on April 24 th and was attended by 50 individuals. Attendees included (but were not limited to) several hotel, restaurant facility and business managers from the King of Prussia area