Keisha Scovens sees the Delaware River Watershed as an inclusive space for families of color to engage, learn, understand that flowing connection.
2 years agoListen 6:36
From her home, Adriana Amador-Chacon sees people having fun on the water, but also pollution. Individuals have a role in keeping the river clean, she says.
2 years agoListen 6:39
The city is tucked between the Delaware and Schuylkill. To appreciate their relationship to each other, and to us, we need to reach them, Stacy Levy says.
2 years agoListen 5:47
Steven Schwartz sees the northern part of the watershed as an ecosystem supporting aquatic and terrestrial species, and as a resource for humans too.
2 years agoListen 5:15
Leonard Stewart tells WHYY about the lowest point in Philadelphia, his Eastwick neighborhood, and the water that is a constant companion.
2 years agoListen 5:55