Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Susquehanna named third most-endangered river in U.S. by environmental group


The Susquehanna River has been named the third most-endangered riverin the United States in an annual list by the environmental group American Rivers.
MORE:
http://lancasteronline.com/news/local/susquehanna-named-third-most-endangered-river-in-u-s-by/article_b710438e-018c-11e6-9949-df8d9f55849b.html

6 comments:

  1. yes but DEP won't acknowledge that its sick.

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  2. For being endangered, the area in and around the river supports a wide variety of wildlife. Beautiful species of birds. Turtles, fish and don't forget the mayflies! Life is thriving off this sick river.

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  3. yeah and the fish are both male and females, have lesions, flatheads are abundant and most likely kill off bass, sunnys etc. this river IS sick. DEP knows it.

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  4. yes and its a real shame that DEP will not declare its SICK. it SHOULD be a PRIORITY.

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  5. Do away with all island cottages and any that rest within 100 feet of the river bank that do not have public sewer.

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  6. Public sewer or a MAINTAINED SEPTIC SYSTEM!!!!

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