Pennsylvania is in the process of updating its Clean Water Blueprint to protect and restore rivers and streams critical to our economy, citizens, and quality of life. The plan, formally known as the Phase 3 Watershed Implementation Plan, must specify the actions the commonwealth will take between now and 2025.

Nearly 40 percent of Pennsylvania’s 86,000 miles of rivers and streams are not meeting water quality goals. Fixing that is a tall order requiring collaboration, communication, and partnerships to bring the plan to reality.

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