Friday, January 22, 2021

PA State Team Guiding The Chesapeake Bay Watershed Implementation Plan Meets Jan. 26 To Hear Update On State, County Water Cleanup Efforts

PA State Team helping to guide the Chesapeake Bay Watershed Implementation Plan is scheduled to hold a virtual meeting on January 26 to hear an update from state agencies and counties about Pennsylvania’s water quality cleanup efforts in the Pennsylvania portion of the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.

On the agenda is Jill Whitcomb, Director of DEP’s Chesapeake Bay Office will provide highlights from the State Progress Report submitted to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on January 14.

Representatives of eight counties-- Adams, Bedford, Centre, Cumberland, Franklin,  Lancaster, Lebanon and York-- are scheduled to provide progress reports and an overview of their planned activities for 2021.

Earlier in the week, DEP’s most recent January WIP newsletter provided an update on recent Chesapeake Bay-related activities by state agencies and counties.

The PA State Team meeting is scheduled to be held from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m..  Click Here to register to join the meeting via WebEx.  Join the meeting by phone by calling 1-415-655-0003  Access code: 132 373 9422.

For more information and available handouts, visit DEP’s PA State Team webpage.

PA Chesapeake Bay Plan

For more information on how Pennsylvania plans to meet its Chesapeake Bay cleanup obligations, visit DEP’s PA’s Phase 3 Watershed Implementation Plan webpage.

Click Here for a summary of the steps the Plan recommends.

How Clean Is Your Stream?

DEP’s Interactive Report Viewer allows you to zoom in on your own stream or watershed to find out how clean your stream is or if it has impaired water quality using the latest information in the draft 2020 Water Quality Report.

Related Articles:

-- DEP Provides $1 Million To 26 Counties Developing Local Clean Water Action Plans In PA Portion Of Chesapeake Bay Watershed

-- DEP, Partners Provide Progress Report On First Phase Of Chesapeake Bay Implementation Plan To EPA; New DEP Guide To Permitting For Watershed Projects 

-- Bay Journal: Can Chesapeake Bay Region Dredge Its Way Out Of Conowingo Dam Problem? 

-- CNH Industrial-New Holland Ag Partners With Alliance For The Chesapeake Bay On Riparian Buffer Project In Lancaster County

-- $178 Million Invested In 14 Water Infrastructure Projects In 11 Counties By PennVEST

[Posted: January 22, 2021]  PA Environment Digest

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