County’s Water Protection Efforts Seen As Model

From Potter County Today

extension2Potter County’s multi-faceted strategy to protect water resources will be spotlighted on Friday (May 18) during a meeting of the County Commissioners Association of Pennsylvania’s (CCAP) Natural Gas Task Force. Penn State Extension educator/water specialist Jim Clark (shown) and Commissioner Paul Heimel will present a program to about two dozen commissioners and invited guests. They’ll focus on the county’s Water Quality Work Group and two affiliated organizations, the Triple Divide Watershed Coalition and a corps of volunteer water monitors known as the Water Dogs. State and federal environmental agencies have recognized Potter County’s structure as a model for other counties.

Potter County Today is a timely information site courtesy of the Potter County Commissioners. Reprinted with Permission.


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