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Press Releases for the UDC. Discovering what lives in the River

2015

July

    Lumberland and Damacus complete 2015 TAG Projects - July 1, 2015

June

    Berlin Completes TAG Project - June 9, 2015

    Take the Eagle Express to the Upper Delaware Scenic Byway - June 4, 2015

    UDC Opens FY-2016 TAG Program - June, 1 2015

May

    Four Upper Delaware Bridges set for Replacement or Major Repairs - May 15, 2015

    UDC Awards River Clean-Up Grants - May 11, 2015

    Upper Delaware Raft Trip set for August 2 - May 5, 2015 Raft Trip Registration Form

    

      Upper Delaware Brochures Available - May 5, 2015

April

      PA Bureau of Forestry Director Delivers Keynote Address at UDC Awards April 26 - April 26, 2015

March

   Spring/Summer Newsletter Available - April 1, 2015

   UDC Announces 2015 Honorees - March 18, 2015

   PA Bureau of Forestry Director to speak at April 26 Awards Banquet - March 12, 2015 Dan and Dogs

February

    UDC Seeks Nominations for 2015 Banquet -       February, 12, 2015

     UDC Names 2015 Roster - February 6, 2015

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Highland completes 2015 TAG project - February 6, 2015

January

UDC Welcomes New PA Governor - January 29, 2015

UDC Elects 2015 Officers - January 9, 2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Did you know?

Archeologists have found remains of prehistoric human settlements on the Delaware River dating back 10,000 years or more. Lenni Lenape Native American tribes appeared some 4,000 years ago. The first lasting settlement on the Upper Delaware River was started at Cushetunk (now Cochecton) around 1750 by Connecticut residents in search of land ownership.

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