→ Region needs Susquehanna hydropower – Cecil Daily
My understanding is that prior to the removal of all four dams the toxic sludge behind them would have to be dredged out. This dredging will have to be done eve if the dams are not removed, so if the dams were to be removed the dredging would not be an “extra” expense.
That being said, the question of the removal of the dams is a large and multi-faceted one and this article brings up some valid points on the side of keeping the dams in place.
→ Let the River Run Wild - NYTimes.com
→ Fish bypass helps owner retain historic Heishman’s Mill - The Sentinel
Click here for a map of where to park and how to get to the best area for exploring the potholes and rock formations. The best time to go is ...
The best time to go is when the river is at or below the 3.5 foot level. Click here and scroll down to the "Gage height, feet" graph to check the current ...
→ $4 million whitewater playboating park below Holtwood Dam tested, about to open to public - LancasterOnline
This will be a great draw for the area - as were the existing features ...
→ The river side of Lancaster County - Bucks County Courier Times
Follow the link above for a general overview of places to see along the Susquehanna River's 40 mile frontage in western Lancaster County.
The Conejohela Flats are one of two spots in Pennsylvania — the other is Presque Isle along Lake Erie — that have been designated key resting and feeding areas for ...
Shad once were so plentiful in the Susquehanna River that their spring migration upstream to spawn “caused the river to rise several feet in waves.” Hundreds of fishermen sold shad ...
Remove the Susquehanna’s Dams and ‘Let the River Run Wild’
Fish bypass helps owner retain historic Heishman’s Mill
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Vintage Postcards – Susquehanna River
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