Seeks Feedback on Newsletter’s Future
Photo: UDC Chairperson Andy Boyar, right, makes a point to U.S. Congressman Mondaire Jones (NY-17) during a Feb. 22 discussion at the Upper Delaware Council office in Narrowsburg, NY.
NARROWSBURG – The Upper Delaware Council, Inc. (UDC) announces the release of the Spring 2022 issue of its newsletter, “The Upper Delaware.”
Featured articles include: “Fiscal Plan Report Reinforces UDC Funding Unsustainability”; “Litter Sweep Begins on Earth Day”; “Camp Fimfo Development Underway”; “27 Dams on the Upper Delaware River?”; “UDC Proposes Tapping Federal Bridges Money”; “The River Rocks for 2022 Sojourn”, “BioBlitz Identifies 727 Species”; and a profile of Town of Deerpark UDC Alternate Bill Dudko, among event announcements and news highlights.
The newsletter about the environment and people of the Upper Delaware River Valley in New York and Pennsylvania has been published free of charge by the UDC since 1988.
As a cost-savings measure, the UDC is currently debating whether to discontinue it to focus on fundraising, reduce the publication schedule, or stop its mailed distribution, for which 10,000 copies are currently printed, three issues per year. Public feedback is welcome via 845-252-3022 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
To view the newsletter on-line, please visit https://upperdelawarecouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/spring-2022-newsletter.pdf. The website also offers an archive of past issues on the Publications page.
The Upper Delaware Council, Inc. is the not-for-profit organization which works in partnership with the National Park Service to oversee implementation of the River Management Plan for the Upper Delaware National Scenic and Recreational River. Its members are 13 New York towns and Pennsylvania townships which border on the river, as well as the two states, and the Delaware River Basin Commission.