NARROWSBURG – The Upper Delaware Council, Inc. (UDC) announces the release of the Summer 2020 issue of its newsletter, “The Upper Delaware.”
Featured articles include: “In Summer Disrupted by Virus, Natural Resources Appreciated”; “UDC Welcomes Resources and Land Use Specialist”; “Banquet Postponed to April 25, 2021: UDC Announces River Valley Awards”; Delaware Named 2020 River of the Year”; “NPS Bans Launching Trailered Boats at Ten Mile River Access”; “New York State is First to Install Delaware River Watershed Signs”; “Upper Delaware Profile: James Gutekunst, Town of Highland Representative”; “How Did the Ten Mile River Get Its Name?”; “NY-PA Bridge Commission Approves Annual Plans”; and more.
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.
To view the newsletter on-line, visit https://upperdelawarecouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/upper-delaware-0056-summer-2020-reduced.pdf . The website also offers an archive of past issues on the Publications page.
Free print copies and mail subscriptions are available by contacting the UDC at P.O. Box 192, 211 Bridge St., Narrowsburg, NY 12764; call (845) 252-3022 or email email@example.com.
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.