Month: April 2020

DELVAL OUTDOORS NEWS ROUNDUP, APRIL 26, 2020

The question grows: should NJ reopen its parks? A former GOP governor chides his party on “abandoning” environmental causes. And, an invasive nemesis returns to SEPA.

15 WITHIN 15: Fishing the Wissahickon

On my quest to do 15 outdoor activities within 15 minutes of home, fishing in the Wissahickon Creek was a no-brainer.

Where can I kayak in the Delaware Valley under COVID-19?

It’s a patchwork of which state and county waterways are open. Find out the status of your favorite local spot.

DELVAL OUTDOORS NEWS ROUNDUP, APRIL 18, 2020

A county park system re-opens, NJDEP sues BurlCo residents for starting massive Pinelands fire, and scientists talk air quality under COVID-19.

15 within 15: A walk around my philly Neighborhood

I’m angling to do 15 outings within 15 minutes of home. I start with the simplest of all: a stroll around my Philly neighborhood.

DELVAL OUTDOORS NEWS ROUNDUP, APRIL 14, 2020

Debates on crowded parks and closures continue in NJ and Philly. A petition to save “Graffiti Highway” in Centralia. And, does PA have its own Tiger Kings?

DELVAL OUTDOORS NEWS ROUNDUP, APRIL 13, 2020

How PA did a “soft” launch of trout season, signs of tension with outdoor restricts, and online educational opporunities

DelVal Outdoors News Roundup, April 10, 2020

Philly debates park closings, Water Gap and Allegheny announce closures, Trump admin to open PA, NJ, DE wildlife refuges to hunting and fishing.

Can I camp or backpack in Pennsylvania under coronavirus? Should I?

What’s legally open, and what’s ethically doable?

DelVal Outdoors News Roundup, April 9, 2020

What parks are open in closed, in Philly and beyond? In the good news department, the show goes on for a a local watershed association’s fundraiser, and a new statewide website launches to stop illegal dumping.