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Surface Water Monitoring on Shohola Creek

Surface Water Monitoring on Shohola Creek

The District’s watershed conservation efforts include a county-wide surface water monitoring program, education, outreach, and stewardship. This spring, Watershed Specialist Matt Barr and volunteers have…

Clean Streams

FACT
There are 4,700 miles of streams and 74 square miles of lakes and ponds in Pike County. Most of these waterways are exceptionally clean and support healthy ecosystems.

WHAT CAN YOU DO
Follow all fishing laws, and don’t pollute these clean streams. Volunteer to help restore and protect these waterways. Visit our Partners in Conservation page to find out more organizations where you can help.