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2018 River of the Year Voting: Week Three Results

We are three weeks and over 8,100 votes in to the 2018 PA River of the Year voting period! The results stand at: The Connoquenessing Creek in the lead with 36% The Loyalsock Creek with 32%, The Lower Susquehanna/Susquehanna Riverlands with 13%, The Lackawanna River with 11% The Little Juniata River with 8%   Voting ends December 22nd, if you haven’t voted yet, vote at Vote for a 2018 River of the Year! and don’t forget to invite your friends and family to vote, too!

2018 River of the Year Voting: Week Two Results

We are two weeks and over 5,100 votes in to the 2018 PA River of the Year voting period! The results stand at: The Connoquenessing Creek in the lead with 35% The Loyalsock Creek with 33%, The Lower Susquehanna/Susquehanna Riverlands with 15%, The Little Juniata River with 11% The Lackawanna River with 6%   Voting ends December 22nd, if you haven’t voted yet, vote at Vote for a 2018 River of the Year! and don’t forget to invite your friends and family to vote, too!

2018 River of the Year Voting: Week One Results

We are one week and over 1,900 votes in to the 2018 PA River of the Year voting period! The results stand at: The Loyalsock Creek the lead with 41%, The Lower Susquehanna/Susquehanna Riverlands with 23%, The Connoquenessing Creek with 19% The Little Juniata River with 10% The Lackawanna River with 8%   Voting ends December 22nd, if you haven’t voted yet, vote at Vote for a 2018 River of the Year! and don’t forget to invite your friends and family to vote, too!

Voting Begins for Pennsylvania’s 2018 River of the Year

Harrisburg, PA – The public is invited to again vote online for the 2018 Pennsylvania River of the Year, choosing from among five waterways nominated across the state, Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn announced today. “Regardless of what waterway finishes first, this competition fuels community support around our rivers and streams, and puts them in the public limelight,” said DCNR Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn. “All have truly unique attributes; offer incredible recreational opportunities; and offer significant boosts to local economies.” Continue reading →