Brad Maule kayaked 112 miles from Schuylkill Haven to Boathouse Row in Philadelphia documenting trash he saw using a GPS camera. View his photos on this interactive map: http://arcg.is/28SUed1
Water suppliers - join us on April 14th to discuss emerging contaminants and learn about what went wrong during the Miller Chemical fire case study and how it could have been prevented.
Nominate a school for their efforts in protecting drinking water sources and the Schuylkill River watershed.
Find out how to address stormwater (and save money!) by working with nature. Wednesday, March 30th 8:30am-1:30pm at Franklin Commons, 400 Franklin Ave, Phoenixville, PA 19460
Street art contest for students grades 6-12 in Berks, Chester, Montgomery, and Schuylkill Counties. The winner will have his/her artwork transformed into street art surrounding a storm drain to educate people about the connection of storm drains and streams.
Friday, October 30th 10am-1pm Albright College Topics: Emerging Contaminants and Emergency Planning
Theme: Communicating Watershed Improvements Friday, November 13th, 2015 9:30 AM - 3:30 PM Reading Area Community College
Submit photos in the Schuylkill watershed in a chance to win $25 Amazon gift card!
An Introduction to Agricultural Stormwater Best Management Practices (BMPs)
"The Delaware Valley Early Warning System (EWS) is an integrated monitoring, communication, and notification system used to provide advanced warning of water quality events to water suppliers and industrial intake operators in the Schuylkill and Delaware River waters...
Welcome to the Schuylkill Action Network
Protecting and restoring Schuylkill Waters through partnerships with organizations, businesses and governments.
Spring 2016 SAN Connections (NEW!)
SAN 5 Year Strategic Plan (NEW!)
2016 SAN Progress Report (NEW!)
What's New at SAN
- Kayak series explores the Schuylkill River
- Trash left near The Rock in Port Clinton 'heartbreaking'
- Schuylkill 'Ride for the River' Begins and Ends At Sly Fox Festival
- River Dance: Beck Epoch Swings over the Schulykill