Conservation Success Stories: Pennsylvania's Coal Run

Pennsylvania’s Coal Run is the most recent proof that a multi-year project aimed at lowering acidity in the state’s streams is working. Hugh McMahon, president of the Schrader Creek Watershed Association — which is overseeing acid reduction facilities for the entire watershed — says “I think we’re really close to getting the total problem solved,” says James Lowestein on TheDailyReview.com.

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