The Delaware Chapter mobilizes people and resources to clean-up this key portion of the Delaware River Basin.
For several years, The Nature Conservancy’s Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York chapters have been collaborating at an unprecedented scale to improve the Delaware River Basin’s ecological health and resilience in the face of pollution, overfishing and climate change.
In Delaware, we have the opportunity to make a significant impact in the Brandywine-Christina, a portion of the Delaware River Basin which provides drinking water to approximately 60 percent of Delaware’s residents.
Learn about why working in the Brandywine-Christina watershed advances the Conservancy's mission in Delaware.
Stream Stewards is a Citizen Science program designed to engage committed volunteers in monitoring the water quality of streams that flow through First State National Historical Park to Brandywine Creek. Apply to join the Stream Stewards.
An innovative funding mechanism for protection of the Brandywine-Christina watershed could ensure a healthy, long-term water supply for people and nature.
A new rain garden at Brandywine Creek State Park helps preserve water quality while showing the neighbors how to create one at home.
First State National Monument was established in 2013 to interpret the early colonial history of Delaware. The National Park Service is seeking comment in the initial planning process for the monument. Share your thoughts!
A grant from the William Penn Foundation helps to advance the Conservancy's work in the Brandywine-Christina Watershed.
Want cleaner water? Then start paying attention to what is going on further upstream.
In honor of Earth Day, volunteers removed an array of debris from Rocky Run in Brandywine Creek State Park.