Stories from The Allegheny Front archived under

watersheds

High Waters -- Price of Development?

Pennsylvania's never seen a Katrina, but big storms have devastated communities here.

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Fish Detectives

On television, the CSI detectives make forensic lab work look glamorous.

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Former Mayor Protects Local Watersheds: Our oral history project continues

Former Mayor of Pittsburgh, Tom Murphy, has been spending a lot of time along the Connoquenessing Creek lately.

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Millions of Mussels Thrive in French Creek

French Creek is considered the most ecologically diverse waterway in Pennsylvania and has one of the richest caches of mussels in the Nor

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Taking Down a Dam by Hand

One of the region's most pristine waterways is now flowing more freely to the Youghiogheny River, the result of an unusual dam removal at Bear Run Nature Reserve in Fayette County.

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Protecting Lake Erie's Shoreline

Pennsylvania's Lake Erie shoreline is unlike any other area in this landlocked state.

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Naturalist Almanac: What Is A Watershed?

Our Esteemed Naturalist Paul Wiegman speaks with Host Matthew Craig about watersheds, and why it's important to conserve them.

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High Waters, Price of Development?

Pennsylvania's never seen a Katrina, but big storms have devastated communities here.

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