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Princeton Hydro

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Season 3, Episode 5

Wetlands are a great, natural way to filter out contaminants from streams and rivers.  But what about preserving the quality of lakes and ponds?  Residents of Harvey's Lake in Luzerne County, and the lake community called The Hideout in Wayne County have found an answer.  They're getting help from a company called Princeton Hydro.

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