Provide Your Input on the Delaware Basin

The Delaware River Basin (DRB) provides ecosystem services that support a wide array of commercial, recreational, and residential uses for more than 15 million people. With support from the William Penn Foundation, the Delaware River Basin (DRB) Project- Land Use Dynamics is developing a land cover mapping, modeling, and monitoring system for the DRB. The goal is to provide tools that promote regional planning in the watershed, so that our civic and business leaders can make decisions which produce lasting benefits for the regional economy and quality of life.

Over the past several months, workshops have been held throughout the watershed to collect input on drivers of land use change. The project partners are now extending that conversation so that citizens, business leaders, conservation professionals, and others can have the opportunity to weigh in. All of this information will be used to create land use scenarios that explore the range of possible futures for the Delaware River Basin in 2070.

Please take the survey to share your vision of the watershed, and encourage anyone who lives or works in the Delaware River Basin to do the same. DRB2070 is a collaborative effort, and generating land use scenarios for the entire DRB will require input from make stakeholders to create a shared vision. We need your help! Survey responses will be collected until August 1st. Contact Antonia Price with any questions.

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Mission Statement
To protect and improve the quality of life of the residents of Montgomery County and surrounding communities by providing, in cooperation with others, timely and efficient service, education, and technical guidance, for the wise use of our soil, water, and related resources.

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