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Brodhead Watershed Association "Who to Call When"

These handouts list agencies to call when someone sees a problem in a stream, such as trash dumping, unusual odors or water discoloration, fish kills, or wetland disturbances.
Rep. Rosemary Brown of the Pa. 189 district was recently given
WHO TO CALL WHEN, contact handouts, provided by the Brodhead
Watershed Association. These handouts list agencies to call
when someone sees a problem in a stream, such as trash dumping,
unusual odors or water discoloration, fish kills, or wetland
disturbances.
To receive a copy of the WHO TO CALL WHEN handout, residents
and businesses are encouraged to contact either, Representative
Brown’s office at 570-420-8301, or the BWA office at 570-839-
1120. The BWA wants this information in the hands of local
residents, township and county officials, area businesses and
their employees to help keep local streams clean.
The Brodhead Watershed Association is a non-profit environmental organization
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