Clean waterways: How we can protect the Delaware Watershed – Nov 15
Posted by Green Philly on November 1, 2022
How do our actions in the city and suburbs affect our waterways?
We may think of the shore as a drive away, but our actions along the river connect us to the oceans around us. Stormwater runoff, wildlife and fish are a few things that connect us to the waterways around us. Learn about how local nonprofits, fishmongers and others are engaging the public, are restoring the health of local fisheries, and how we can protect our waterways.
- Lance Butler, Philadelphia Water
- Jamē McCray, Alliance for Watershed Education of the Delaware River
- Bryan Szeliga, Fishtown Seafood
- 5:30-6 PM Registration & networking
- 6-7 PM panel
- 7-7:30 wrap up / networking
Date and Time: November 15, 2022, 5:30-7:30 PM
Location: Triple Bottom Brewing, 915 Spring Garden Street, Philadelphia, PA 19123
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