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Wednesday, March 14, 2012

From the Delaware Riverkeeper

Tell the National Park Service NOT to go over the river and through the woods 

The National Park Service and the Department of Interior are about to announce thier "Preferred Alternative" as to where the Susquehanna-Roseland Transmission Line should cross the Delaware River, the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, the Middle Delaware Wild and Scenic River and the Appalacian Trail.
March 14th, is International Rivers Day.  We need to come together and speak out in a unified voice against this ugly, destructive, and polluting energy project. Our rivers are life.  We need President Obama to step up and protect the Delaware River from this assault by utility companies on our precious resources.
Help us defend the Delaware River and stop the Susquehanna-Roseland line on this special day and throughout this week.  There are three simple steps you can take to save the Delaware River from this irresponsible fossil fuel threat.  

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