References and Resources
Protects the free-flowing condition and other values of designated rivers from the harmful effects of project proposals within the river’s bed or banks.
Wild and Scenic
- Wild and Scenic Rivers Guide for Riverfront Property Owners
- Introduces the Act and the national Wild and Scenic Rivers System
- Explains how the Act applies to planning and implementing projects on your lands within the riverbed or on its banks
- Shares techniques to protect economic, natural and cultural values on your land
- The Council’s existence evolved from special provisions in the 1978 legislation which designated the
Upper Delaware River as a component of the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System, and called for
development of a management plan and a program providing for the coordinated implementation and
administration of the plan. To that end, the Upper Delaware Council (UDC) was formed in 1988.
- Upper Delaware Council Publications
State of Pennsylvania
- PA DEP Water Planning Office
Interstate Waters Office Overview
The Water Planning Office coordinates Pennsylvania's responsibilities as a member of interstate river basin organizations and develop strategies to utilize established river basin commissions and interstate association as vehicles to advance partnerships.
- Department of Environmental Protection
PA DEP Executive Staff
- Heritage Conservancy
Services for Municipalities
- Washington Crossing Historic Park
- Pennsylvania's River Conservation Plans
Pennsylvania's Water Sheds
- Delaware River Management Plan
State of New Jersey
- How to Request Government Records?
OPRA Open Public Records ACT
- Get detailed information on how to locate government records from the State of New Jersey.
State of New Jersey
- New Jersey Watershed organizations
A Rutgers Project
Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC)
- Land-grant collaboration results in Delaware Basin report
Nov. 18, 2008A recent report on the state of the Delaware basin is the most comprehensive scientific evaluation of the health of the 13,000-square-mile watershed to date, thanks to a collaboration of land-grant institutions in the four states that share pieces of the watershed, Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York.