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THE NATURE CONSERVANCY TO ANNOUNCE DRIVE TO PROTECT THREATENED NATURAL AREAS IN DELAWARE RIVER WATERSHED, AT NEWS CONFERENCE AND RECEPTION

THE NATURE CONSERVANCY TO ANNOUNCE DRIVE TO PROTECT THREATENED NATURAL
 AREAS IN DELAWARE RIVER WATERSHED, AT NEWS CONFERENCE AND RECEPTION
 Who: The Nature Conservancy
 What: News conference to launch Campaign for the Delaware
 When: Thursday, Oct. 8, 4:30 p.m.
 Where: Eli's Pier 34, just south of Penn's Landing on the
 Delaware River in Philadelphia. 335 S. Columbus Blvd.
 (Delaware Avenue)
 Details:
 The Nature Conservancy, a private international conservation organization, will unveil its Campaign for the Delaware at a news conference followed by a reception.
 John Sawhill, president of The Nature Conservancy, will be a principal presenter at the news conference and at the reception.
 The aim of the campaign is to raise private gifts of $15 million to protect threatened natural areas and species in the Delaware River watershed -- in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and New York.
 Nearly 2,000 government officials and leaders in business and philanthropy from the four-state watershed region have been invited to the reception.
 News media representatives attending the 4:30 p.m. news conference are invited to attend the 5:30 p.m. reception also. The reception is not a fundraising event.
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 CONTACT: Deborah Meyer (in Pennsylvania), 215-963-1400, Chris Cammerene-Wessel (in Delaware), 302-674-3550, Diana Hall (in New Jersey), 908-439-3007, or Dave Tobias (in New York), 914-232-9432, all of The Nature Conservancy.
 PRNewswire -- Oct. 1 CO: THE NATURE CONSERVANCY ST: PA -- PH006 -- X929 10/01/92
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