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May 13th: Event for Lancaster Residents Along Pipeline’s Path!

Sign up now for important info about the FERC process and more!  Hosted by the Mountain Watershed Association.

 

Advance registration is required. To register or learn more about MWA, contact Kathryn Hilton at (724) 455-4200 or email kathryn@mtwatershed.com.

Sponsored by Mountain Watershed Assoc. (MWA)

Session Content:
• Outline the pipeline construction process and associated impacts
• Review landowner rights and regulatory oversight
• Review the permitting process for interstate pipelines
• Instruct citizens on submitting public comment

Advance registration is required. To register or learn more about MWA, contact Kathryn Hilton at (724) 455-4200 or email kathryn@mtwatershed.com.

MWA provides residents access to relevant, factual information regarding natural-gas industrialization in communities and works to heighten awareness of opportunities for participation in the democratic process through the Marcellus Citizen Stewardship Project.

ALLARM trains volunteer water-quality monitors to develop stream assessment plans and to conduct baseline stream monitoring. ALLARM’s statewide quality assurance/quality control lab, which is on the Dickinson College campus in Carlisle, Pa., verifies and ensures the statewide collection of credible samples and data.

ALLARM was named the 2011 Outstanding Professional Coldwater Conservationist by the Pennsylvania Council of Trout Unlimited in recognition of its work to encourage monitoring and protection of Pennsylvania’s streams where natural-gas drilling of the Marcellus Shale is taking place.

Hosted by Shalefield Organizing Committee and Lancaster Friends Meeting House.

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