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Working Class: 100 Years of Hands-On Education

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Chronicles the rich, challenging history of Pennsylvania College of Technology

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French Creek

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One of the most ecologically important waterways in the country

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Dauphin County Conservation District

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Great ideas to reduce the amount of contaminants in local streams

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Invasive Species of Fish

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Using technology to combat the threat of aggressive and damaging species of fish

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Stewards of the Lower Susquehanna

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Here in Pennsylvania, we are stewards of North America's largest fresh water estuary

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Weinberg Memorial Library Green Team

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A group of University of Scranton faculty & students promoting sustainable initiatives

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No Child Left Inside

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Encouraging parents to let their kids "turn off, step out and tune in"

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Envision The Susquehanna

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Bucknell students are doing more than just reading about the Susquehanna River watershed

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Eastern Pennsylvania Coalition for Abandoned Mine Reclamation

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Eastern Pennsylvania Coalition for Abandoned Mine Reclamation

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Jennings Environmental Education Center

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Jennings Environmental Education Center in Butler County

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