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What does the Susquehanna River mean to you?

Written by witf | Dec 16, 2013 3:13 PM
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witf's StateImpact Pennsylvania will be hosting a forum on the state of the Susquehanna River watershed on January 20. Join us Monday, January 20th from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at witf Public Media Center in Harrisburg. (Get directions.) Meet a panel of experts and be part of a community discussion about issues affecting the Susquehanna River watershed—everything from curbing pollution and protecting the Chesapeake Bay to promoting business, tourism, and recreation.

Speakers will include John Arway of the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission, Andrew Dehoff of the Susquehanna River Basin Commission, Don McNutt from the Lancaster County Conservation District, and Alexandra Chiaruttini, an attorney with the York firm, Stock and Leader.

Ask questions and air your views. You’ll leave with a much richer sense of how the Susquehanna is doing. For those who can’t make it to Harrisburg, the event will be live-streamed online.

In connection with that event, we'd like to invite members of our community to tell us what the Susquehanna River means to you.

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