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Explore the rich history of the remarkable rivers and streams in our area and how they contribute to the quality of life in our local communities. Beginning in 1812 when Philadelphia became the first American city to provide fresh drinking water to citizens as a government service, water has played a significant role in the history of our region. Discuss the current state of our waterways and learn why water conservation and stormwater reduction management have become important issues. Learn about the affordable modifications, such as rain barrels, that you can do on your property and in everyday life to help improve water quality and preserve this precious resource.

Code:HG41001
Dates:May 17, 2018    Check for other dates
Meets:10:00 AM to 12 N
Location:Creutzburg Center
Instructor:Instructor Information
$39.00Course Fee

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