Protecting Water Quality with GIS

Bucknell students partnered with local farmers and organizations to defend the Chesapeake Bay from pollution. By Matt Hughes Bucknell University Professor Richard Crago, civil & environmental engineering, teaches his students to design solutions that protect and improve the natural environment around them. But he also wants them to remember that people live in that environment too —[…]

Chesapeake Conservancy Releases Virtual Tour of the Susquehanna River

The Chesapeake Conservancy has released a virtual tour of the Main Stem and West Branch of the Susquehanna River, allowing viewers to interact with the river virtually, exploring its geography, recreational amenities, and ecological resources through their computer, phone, or tablet. These tours are available on the Chesapeake Conservancy’s website at www.chesapeakeconservancy.org/apps/susquehanna/ and http://chesapeakeconservancy.org/apps/westbranch/ Read more

Initiative to develop Susquehanna River conservation vision launched

The Chesapeake Conservancy joined with representatives of four leading Susquehanna River organizations on Friday, October 18th for a luncheon held by the president of Bucknell University, Dr. John Bravman, to launch Envision the Susquehanna. The initiative seeks to engage communities and build cooperation between local and regional efforts in order to develop joint solutions for[…]