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2021 River of the Year Voting: Week Four Results

We are four weeks and over 9,030 votes into the 2021 PA River of the Year voting period! The results stand so far: The Shenango River in the lead with 32%, The Lehigh River with 29%, The Buffalo Creek with 15% The Loyalhanna Creek with 13%, and Tunkhannock Creek with 9%, Voting ends January 22nd, if you haven’t voted yet, vote at Vote for a 2021 River of the Year!

2021 River of the Year Voting: Week Three Results

We are three weeks and over 5,670 votes into the 2021 PA River of the Year voting period! The results stand so far: The Shenango River in the lead with 44%, The Lehigh River with 16%, The Loyalhanna Creek with 14%, The Tunkhannock Creek with 13%, and Buffalo Creek with 9%. Voting ends January 22nd, if you haven’t voted yet, vote at Vote for a 2021 River of the Year!

2021 River of the Year Voting: Week Two Results

We are two weeks and over 4,790 votes into the 2021 PA River of the Year voting period! The results stand so far: The Shenango River in the lead with 51%, The Loyalhanna Creek with 16%, The Tunkhannock Creek with 15%, The Lehigh River with 10%, and Buffalo Creek with 7%. Voting ends January 22nd, if you haven’t voted yet, vote at Vote for a 2021 River of the Year!

Voting Begins for Pennsylvania’s 2021 River of the Year

Harrisburg, PA – Today, Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn announced the public is invited to again vote online for the 2021 Pennsylvania River of the Year, choosing from among five waterways nominated throughout the state. “Never has the value of our wealth of waterways shined brighter than during this pandemic as people in unprecedented numbers are being drawn to Pennsylvania’s river and streams and the natural refuge they supply,” Dunn said. “Much more than a public vote gauging popularity, Continue reading →