SR286 Passive Treatment System Constructed
Through a public-private partnership
effort, the first passive treatment system in the Aultmans Run Watershed
has been constructed and is successfully treating an alkaline, iron-bearing
mine discharge known as the SR 286 Discharge. More...
North Liberty Mine Reclamation Complete
Working quickly to avoid frigid
water conditions and chilly air, about ten youth from George Junior
Republic, their two chaperones, Shaun Busler and Cliff Denholm of BioMost,
Inc., and Dr. Fred Brenner of Grove City College planted 3000 wetland
plants in just a couple of hours as the final step of the reclamation
process of North Liberty. More...
Ohio Watershed Celebration a Success
Skies were sunny and the weather
warm for the 2nd Annual Ohio Watershed Riverboat Cruise. The event was
held in Pittsburgh, conveniently timed on September 17, one day prior
to when the effects of hurricane Isabelle would be felt in the region.
SRI Receives Technical
In May 2001, Stream Restoration Inc., was
awarded a Technical Assistance Grant (TAG) through the Pennsylvania
Department of Environmental Protection’s Growing Greener Program. More...
6 Projects Under
Construction in the Slippery Rock Watershed
Up in northern Butler
County, in Western Pennsylvania, coal mining has been conducted for
over 100 years. More...
Ohiopyle Passive Treatment
System Nears Completion
Most people in Western Pennsylvania are
familiar with Ohiopyle State Park with its recreational opportunities,
beautiful waterfalls, and raging rapids along the “Yough”, but very
few are aware of the mine drainage problems associated with Laurel Run,
a high-quality cold water fishery and tributary to Meadow Run, which
enters the Youghiogheny River. More...
Laurel Run Restoration
Summer has come and so has a team of individuals
from diverse backgrounds to the hills of western Pennsylvania.
Their goal - to restore Laurel Run to a productive fishery. More...