The Susquehanna River drains more than 27,500 square miles of land in New York, Pennsylvania, and Maryland. This large network of waterways is upkept and monitored by a variety of riverkeeper partners.
Below lists a variety of partners that helped to make this website and online paddle guide come to life.
The Chesapeake Conservancy is a non-profit organization based in Annapolis, Maryland. They are conservation entrepreneurs. They believe that the Chesapeake is a national treasure that should be accessible for everyone and a place where wildlife can thrive. We use technology to enhance the pace and quality of conservation, and we help build parks, trails and public access sites. (Learn more)
The Endless Mountains Heritage Region (EMHR) is one of 12 heritage regions within Pennsylvania's Heritage Region Program, as designated by the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation & Natural Resources (DCNR). We proudly serve Bradford, Sullivan, Susquehanna and Wyoming counties, each known for unmatched rural landscapes shaped by centuries of farming and timbering. EMHR also serves as water trail manager for the Susquehanna North Branch Water Trail. (Learn more)
The Lumber Heritage Region is a non-profit that serves a 15 county region in North West/North Central Pennsylvania that accentuates the importance of the lumber industry for the past, present and future. It is also the manager of the West Branch Susquehanna River Watertrail (Learn more)
Susquehanna Greenway is a regional non-profit that seeks to link natural, cultural, historic, and recreational resources along the 500-mile corridor of the Susquehanna River in Pennsylvania. (Learn more)
Susquehanna Heritage is a non-profit organization and National Heritage Area collaborating with local, state, and national partners to connect people to the Susquehanna River and its history. (Learn more)
Susquhanna River Trail Association is a completely volunteer riverkeeper group that maintains 50 miles of the Middle Susquehanna along with 23 campsites along that route. (Learn more)
The National Park Service Chesapeake Bay Office connects people to experiences of the natural and cultural heritage of the Chesapeake Bay, its rivers and the watershed. We help conserve special places important to visitors, residents, and the nation, for this and future generations.(Learn more)