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Watershed NewsClips

A sampling of NewsClips on watershed issues from around the state-

Op-Ed: PA Government Must Sow Seeds of Environmentalism

2005 Allegheny River Sojourn

Harrisburg Students Paint the Susquehanna River

From Hot Water to Highwalls – Reclaiming Abandoned Mines

PA’s Coal History Leaves Legacy of Abandoned Mines

PPL Explains Summit Reclamation Project

Reclamation Projects Range from Simple to Costly

Editorial: State Could Get the Shaft on Reclamation

Coal Burning Plant Will Generate Jobs

Update on Glenburn Pond Project Given to Teachers

The Importance of Lake Monitoring

More Stream Signs to be Installed

For Sake of Safety and Wildlife, Dams Come Down

Erie Lauded as Model in Great Lakes Cleanup Effort

Penn State Erie Creates Consortium on Environmental Research at Presque Isle

New Conservation District Boss Will Stress Cooperation

Musicians Promote River Ecology

River Witnesses: Student Examines Susquehanna

Pain of 1977 Still Fresh for Some

Stricter Rules In Store for Towanda Wastewater Plant



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