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Lehigh Valley Clean Water Summit May 21 In Bangor

The Northampton County Conservation District and its partners will be hosting the Lehigh Valley Clean Water Summit from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on May 21 at the Bangor Area High School Cafeteria, 187 Five Points Richmond Road, Bangor.
            Other partners include: the Upper Mount Bethel Township Environmental Advisory Council, Portland Borough Authority, the Water Resources Education Network and the Martins-Jacoby Watershed Association.
            This program is designed to provide tools and resources on drinking water protection for county and municipal officials, councils, commissions and boards; community watershed organizations; public water providers; and other interested groups and individuals.
            Representatives from the Water Resources Education Network, Department of Environmental Protection, Lehigh Valley Planning Commission, Wilkes University and others will address regulatory and non-regulatory ways to protect drinking water sources.
            Registration for the Lehigh Valley Clean Water Summit is $20, which includes workshop attendance, materials, continental breakfast, lunch and refreshments.
            This program has been funded by the League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania Citizen Education Fund through a Section 319 federal Clean Water Act grant from the Department of Environmental Protection, administered by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, with additional funding provided by the Martins-Jacoby Watershed Association, Martins Creek, Pennsylvania.
            The complete agenda and registration form are available online.
            For more information, contact Jim Wilson, Watershed Specialist with the Northampton County Conservation District, at 610-746-1971 or send email to:


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