Building watershed resiliency in the Upper Delaware River region

This is a "Storify:" a collection of Tweets from a workshop sponsored by the Pinchot Institute and Friends of the Upper Delaware and hosted by the Sullivan County Division of Planning & Environmental Management and The Nature Conservancy New York Chapter

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  1. Here's contact info for the speakers -- smart folks with great ideas:
  2. And here's a link for all the presentations:  http://www.fudr.org/workshop-presentations/ 
  3. Stephanie P. Dalke
    Project Director
    spdalke@pinchot.org
  4. Jeffrey Skelding FUDR
    jeffskelding1960@gmail.com
  5. Graydon Dutcher, Delaware County Soil & Water Conservation District Graydon-Dutcher@dcswcd.org
  6. Mark Carabetta, Environmental Science, Milone & MacBroom mcarabetta@mminc.com
  7. First up, Stephanie Dalke who works at the Pinchot Institute for Conservation and Common Waters (Sorry for the initial misspelling, Tweets are very much of the moment!)
  8. Next , Jeff Skelding (Friends of the Upper Delaware) talks about Sands Creek Restoration
  9. The third presenter was Graydon Dutcher, the Stream Program Coordinator, Delaware County Soil & Water Conservation who spoke about stream and floodplain restoration after a flood.
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