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2024 State of the Watershed Event

The First Annual State of the Watershed Event was a splashing success. Over 50 watershed conservation stewards gathered to discuss the current status of the Spring Creek Watershed. Stay tuned for 2025 State of the Watershed Event information! 

Click the image to the right to view the 2024 event schedule, or see below for presentation and photo galleries. Please contact Elyse Johnson, AmeriCorps Member ( with any questions or comments: 

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Presentation Gallery

Coordinating Committee & Mapping Goals

Bob Igo (SCWC Vice Chair)

Mapping The Watershed

Adam Wilusz and Josh Yetter (HRG Inc.)

The Spring Creek Water Resources Monitoring Project

Lexie Orr and Dave Yoxheimer (Keystone Water Resources Center)

Spring Creek: Status of the Fishery, Challenges and Opportunities for the Future

Jason Detar (PA Fish and Boat Commission)

DEP Methodologies for Stream Classification

Lee Murphy (SCWC Secretary)

Aquatic macroinvertebrates are a reliable indicator of stream water quality. Looking Below the Surface is a story map providing an educational explanation of PA DEP's macroinvertebrate dataset for stream assessments. 

When using the 2024 Integrated Report Viewer to identify steam impairment, select only "aquatic life - impaired" within the stream layers. Then, click on a section of the stream to see the impairment source (urban runoff, eutrophication, agriculture, etc.) and additional sample data. 

2024 State of the Watershed Event Photo Gallery: 

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