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Upper Delaware Council Finalizes 2018 Technical Assistance Grants

NARROWSBURG – The Upper Delaware Council (UDC) approved a $5,583.33 payment to Damascus Township on Dec. 18 as the final reimbursement award in the non-profit organization’s Fiscal Year 2018 Technical Assistance Grants (TAG) program. Damascus Township, PA…

Upper Delaware River T-shirts Make Great Gifts, Benefit UDC

Upper Delaware River T-shirts Make Great Gifts, Benefit UDC

NARROWSBURG – T-shirts featuring a map of the Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River Valley in New York & Pennsylvania and the Upper Delaware Council’s (UDC) Land-Water-People partnership logo offer an attractive, affordable gift for river enthusiasts…

Upper Delaware Council Fills Secretary Position

Upper Delaware Council Fills Secretary Position

NARROWSBURG – The Upper Delaware Council, Inc. (UDC) announces the hiring of Ashley Hall-Bagdonas as the non-profit organization’s full-time secretary effective October 15. The position had been vacant since August 17. Prior to joining the UDC, Hall-Bagdonas…

Upper Delaware Council Awards New Technical Assistance Grants

NARROWSBURG – The Upper Delaware Council (UDC) voted Oct. 4 to award $11,387 through its Fiscal Year 2019 Technical Assistance Grants (TAG) program. That brings the cumulative amount that the UDC has provided to its member municipalities…

“The Upper Delaware” Fall/Winter 2018 Newsletter Available

“The Upper Delaware” Fall/Winter 2018 Newsletter Available

NARROWSBURG – The Upper Delaware Council, Inc. (UDC) announces the release of the Fall/Winter 2018 issue of its newsletter, “The Upper Delaware.” Featured articles include: “Train Derailment Dumps Diesel into River, Raises Emergency Concerns”; “Rising Nation Journey…

Celebrating 50 Years of the Wild & Scenic Rivers Act

Celebrating 50 Years of the Wild & Scenic Rivers Act

Photo: The Upper Delaware River flowing past lush forested landscapes. Credit: David B. Soete BEACH LAKE, PA – In the days of fur trappers and pioneers, free-flowing rivers were the lifeblood of commerce, transportation and fisheries across…