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Bridges Over Troubled Water

What’s better than Earth Day with friends? Earth Day with friends, wine, covered bridges, and great food!

Middle Susquehanna Riverkeeper, in partnership with Susquehanna Life Magazine, presents the first “Bridges Over Troubled Water,” a one-day motorbus tour of the watershed to covered bridges and local vineyards. Along the way, we’ll learn about some of the environmental concerns in the river valley while being coached in wine-tasting skills. We’ll be treated to the home-made goodies of Salty & Baked, and we’ll nurture our brain cells and our bellies at Le Jeune Chef at Penn College, where we’ll engage in a learning lunch focused on food and wine pairing. And all of this for a good cause – to support the work of your Middle Susquehanna Riverkeeper – and, of course, our Earth.

Seating is limited to just 55 people and tickets are going fast!

To reserve your seat on the bus and your place at the table, please contact Carol at 570-768-6300 or midsusriver@gmail.com

Living every day as Earth Day –

Carol

P.S. Please share this announcement with friends and family!

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" Reach Protection combined with a change in direction via Pulley" .One throw...you go...both ways ghost boat control...portage, gear transferal, boat platform delivery, swimmer power assist/ stranded motorist flotation delivery, boat delivery, rescuer delivery...belay, assist. Line size can be walked up if necessary after initial anchor for bigger flows or gradient. Essentially another evolution in the quiver to minimize risk to rescuers and those needing support or rescue...and increasing the logistical safety of trekkers, guides and clients.

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Before Your Spray ... ... at your home, business, or public space, please consider what other options may be available to you for control of weeds and invasives. Sprayed herbicides can enter the local waterway and impact not only the health of aquatic wildlife but also the drinking water of those who live downstream. Please share to show you care about a Healthy 'Hanna.

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Before You Mow ... Please consider where you are blowing your grass clippings. Depending on your laws of your local government, blowing grass clippings into the road may be illegal under their stormwater regulations. Grass clippings can clog storm drains and catch basins. They also introduce additional organics (and possibly herbicides and pesticides) into local waterways as part of stormwater flow. Please blow all clippings away from the road. Please share to show you care about a Healthy 'Hanna.

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