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Our Shared Waters – A History of Improving Water Quality though Partnership
Pollution in the Delaware River was recognized as a problem as early as the 1700s and caused waterborne illnesses and fish kills.

Today, the Delaware River is cleaner than ever. But what's the backstory? The history of the Delaware River Basin Commission is a story of shared water resource management, the benefits of which we enjoy today.

The river still faces challenges to its sustainability, and today the DRBC works to ensure water security for over 13 million people in four states.

The lecture will highlight the Delaware River Basin Commission's work managing and improving our shared water resources today, the state of our basin, and the many stakeholder groups and partners who support its continued sustainability now and for future generations.

Jan 18, 2023 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Elizabeth Koniers Brown
Director, External Affairs and Communications @Delaware River Basin Commission
Elizabeth "Beth" Koniers Brown is the Director, External Affairs and Communications for the Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC), a federal-interstate agency created in 1961 by compact legislation signed into law by President Kennedy and the governors of the four basin states with land draining to the Delaware River. She is responsible for developing, maintaining and leveraging DRBC relationships with key stakeholders, as well as development and implementation of the Commission’s external and internal communications and outreach strategy and objectives.