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  • Karen Hart

    Preserve the Allegheny River front by opposing the development of the shoreline in Aspinwall, O’Hara, AND Sharpsburg. 1.5 MILES OF RIVERFRONT is planned to be developed as retail, 5 story office buildings, 600plus residences, and ”white glove” manufacturing. Help stop this! Maybe this designation will be the catalyst Riverfront 47 needs to halt this concrete and asphalt vision of the riverfront and turn it into parkland.

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    • Angela Vitkoski Post author

      Gary, we will be announcing the 2017 River of the Year in the first weeks of the new year. Check back soon for more information!

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  • Bob Berni

    For all that take their time and read this , let your comments known… I personally have seen how the Texas an Canadian companies have come into the northern part of our state Fracking for natural gas. I am not against the drilling . I am against the raw toxic chemicals that they are paid to dispose of from chemical companies , an the drilling companies say they will not tell us what they use “its a trade secret” . Granted most of the liquid is recovered but not all. that stays in the ground, and pollutes and kills the animals that drink that water. The water that is recovered is than processed than dumped into the Susquehanna river. which is now a polluted river again…
    DONT LET THESE COMPANYS or any companies DO THIS TO YOUR LEHIGH RIVER !!!

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  • Kathy Reid

    I have lived near the Loyalhanna Creek most of my life grew up in New Alexandria, Pa. It was our childhood playground. Also have kayaked it with Keystone Park DCNR. a great trip, thanks Pam.

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  • betsy costello`

    I think the Conewango Creek is amazing. It is deep, fast and rural. There is every imaginable form of wildlife in and around this river as it flows through this northwest corner of Pennsylvania. so worthy of the distinction.

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  • Mark Polatty

    The Clarion River – specifically the upper Clarion! Great trout and bass fishing. Amazing scenery. Best camp sites if any river I have been on.

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  • misty bhatnagar

    Loyalhanna creek. My daughter and I visit there frequently for spur of the moment picnics, take visiting family and friends there to sit in the beauty and snap photo after photo of the natural beauty!

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  • Janet Ball

    I vote for Loyalhanna Creek – I have kayaked on this waterway and find it peaceful and beautiful!! It is a great Western Pennsylvania treasure!

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  • Ed Gross

    The Loyalhanna Creek has been a large part of my life ,because my family home was located by the creek. As children we played by the creek & some times in it. The creek was not at all clean back then ( I’m age 73)
    Today the creek is now clean & now you can see the fish,etc at the bottom. A beautiful place!
    The valley people are really proud of the creek,as I am! It gets my vote!

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  • mary davis

    Loyalhanna creek should win because it is a wonderfull site for the whole. Family to visit and enjoy nature as it should be seen.

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  • Robert

    The Loyalhanna Creek gets my vote. This creek was a very important part of my childhood and now as an adult. The Loyalhanna Creek has gone from a lifeless creek do to mine runoff, to a creek, thriving with life. This is a creek that says “I’m strong and I’m not giving up”. I simply love every single part her.

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  • James Beatty

    I vote for the Loyalhanna Creek. I have many fond memories of it, and am very impressed by the progress that has been made to make it more beautiful.

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  • Lynda Garrod

    The Loyalhanna is a treasure of natural landscape, free flowing waters, fishing, kayaking,and family hiking and picnicking. LOVE IT ENJOY IT KEEP IT CLEAN.

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  • Chelsea

    The loyalhanna river is a treasure in western Pennsylvania. From fishers to kids the loyalhanna river has so much to offer. The loyalhanna watershed is a well run organization that strives to involve the community in maintaining and educating citizens about conservation. There is no doubt in my mind that the Loyalhanna river should be the river of the year!

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  • Zita King

    I vote for the Neshaminy Creek. It is so beautiful winding its way downstream to the Delaware River. Ducks, Canadian Geese, Herons grace its waters. People enjoy boating, jet skiing, fishing and swimming in the Neshaminy.

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  • John Wolicki

    The Loyalhanna Creek frames the countryside that our forefathers fought to preserve for a new life in this country. This watershed is viewed as a treasure by the many people who visit Fort Ligonier every year to immerse themselves in the rich history of Western Pennsylvania. Sportsmen have adopted this life supporting waterway for recreation and to admire this potentially beautiful stretch of water as one of Western Pennsylvania’s treasures. Susan Huba and the Loyalhanna Watershed have worked diligently for years to bring the Loyalhanna back to its former beauty. Support this cause.

    John Wolicki

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