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Walnut2Walnut Partners

Independence Seaport Museum has partnered with multiple organizations to ensure Walnut2Walnut's success.

About our partners

Delaware River Waterfront Corporation

The Delaware River Waterfront Corporation (DRWC) is a non profit corporation whose fundamental purpose is to design, develop and manage the central Delaware River waterfront. DRWC is transforming the waterfront into a vibrant destination for the residents and visitors of Philadelphia. Click here for more information.

 

Schuylkill Banks

Schuylkill Banks is owned by the City of Philadelphia and managed by a partnership between the Schuylkill River Development Corporation and the Department of Parks & Recreation. SRDC is a nonprofit organization leading the revitalization of the tidal Schuylkill River in Philadelphia. SRDC works with federal, state, city and private agencies to coordinate, plan and implement economic, recreational, environmental and cultural improvements and tourism initiatives on the Schuylkill River between the Fairmount Dam and the Delaware River. For more information, visit www.schuylkillbanks.org.

 

Philadelphia Parks & Recreation

Philadelphia Parks & Recreation manages 10,000 acres of open space in Philadelphia, as well as hundreds of structures and buildings. Click here for more information.

 


RunSignUp

RunSignUp.com is designed to make life easier for race directors and runners by providing cloud and web services. RunSignUp.com enables the running community to let runners easily signup for events, clubs and coaching services right on a website. Click here for more information.

 

Hidden River Outfitters

Hidden River Outfitters is Philadelphia's premier kayak outfitter, offering guided kayak tours and instruction, as well as paddle boarding lessons since 2005. For more information, visit www.hiddenriveroutfitters.com.

 



Schuylkill Navy

Boathouse Row's boat and barge clubs and skating club came into existence to serve the recreational needs of Philadelphians. The clubs and their parent organization, the Schuylkill Navy, have spread Philadelphia's name throughout the rowing world. The Schuylkill Navy's role is of particular importance. Formed in 1858, it is the oldest amateur governing body in sports in the United States. Indeed, the Navy's restriction of its contests to amateurs, beginning in 1872, contributed directly to clarifying the distinction between amateur and professional sports. For more information, visit http://www.boathouserow.org/.

 

Philadelphia Ship Preservation Guild

The Philadelphia Ship Preservation Guild owns and operates the 1901 Wooden Barkentine Gazela (formerly Gazela Primeiro) and the Lighter Barge Poplar, which serves as the Guild's workshop. The Guild also maintains and operates the 1902 Iron Tugboat Jupiter, owned by Delaware River Waterfront Corporation. The home port of all vessels is Penn's Landing, Philadelphia on Columbus Boulevard at Market Street. Click here for more information. 

 

 

Fairmount Water Works

Built in 1815, the Fairmount Water Works was the nation's first public water supply system. Since opening its doors in 2003 as an environmental education center and the public classroom of Philadelphia Water, the site has served as a destination for more than 500,000 visitors, and is dedicated to fostering stewardship of shared water resources by encouraging informed decisions about the use of land and water. For more information, visit www.fairmountwaterworks.org