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Four players vying for the chukka at Brandywine Polo Club.

Chukkas, Caddisflies, and Chapeaus

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Enjoy an afternoon at one of the oldest polo clubs on the East Coast. Guests will enjoy food, drinks, games, and commentary by experts to learn more about the exciting sport of polo.

Fore Fresh Water Golf Invitational Sees Sunny Skies, Record Participation

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Golfers enjoyed a sunny 70-degree day at Bidermann Golf Course while supporting our mission to advance knowledge and stewardship of fresh water.

Highlights From the Clean Water Paddle Push

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From families enjoying their backyard ponds to research scientists relaxing with some paddling time after spending a day taking samples, a collective 225 hours were logged on the water.

Delaware River Webinar Series Announced

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The Delaware River was named 2020 River of the Year by American Rivers for its progress in improving water quality, river restoration, and community revitalization.

Recapping the 13th Annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival

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Tickets sold out earlier than ever this year — here is a recap for those who were not able to attend, so you know to buy your tickets as soon as they go on sale next January!

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Consumer Choices Can Combat Microplastic Pollution

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The message from Sherri Mason, Ph.D., to those who attended the “Perils of Plastics” lecture was, “Reduce or eliminate your use of single-use plastic.”

12th Annual Wild and Scenic Film Festival Is in the Books!

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From forest fires and plastic pollution to soil conservation and backpacking trips, the films highlighted problems as well as inspiring solutions.

American Rivers Receives Stroud Award for Freshwater Excellence

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In 2018 alone, American Rivers removed 13 outdated dams, restored more than 400 miles of rivers, and protected more than 300 miles of wild rivers.

How We Celebrated Fall With Our Friends of Fresh Water

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Recapping our Wine & Whiskey for Water celebration of our favorite fall indulgences and our healthy soil, healthy water film premiere.

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“The Lay of the Land: Healthy Soil, Healthy Water” Film Premiere

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The 26-minute documentary film, produced by Natural Light Films of Lancaster, tells how local farmers are growing better crops while protecting water quality.