June

08

2017

June

08

2017

Buffalo Creek Watershed Association Meeting

Tonight at 7:00, Veronica Coptis, Executive Director for Center for Coalfield Justice, will present, “Lessons Learned from the Ryerson Fight, How to Ensure Dutch Fork Lake Does Not Endure the Same Fate from Longwall Mining”. This event is hosted by the Buffalo Creek Watershed Association and is free and open to the public.

Buffalo Township Building 400 Buffalo Center Lane

 

 

May

11

2017

May

11

2017

Southwestern PA Health Project Presents: Protecting Your Family’s Health – When Fracking is Your Neighbor

On Thursday May 11, the BCWA will be hosting the SWPA Environmental Health Project’s program “Protecting Your Family’s Health When Fracking is Your Neighbor.” This program should be of special interst for those of you with gas leases and those of you with drilling on or near your homes, schools, or businesses.  The presentation will be last from 7:00 to 9:00 PM at the Buffalo Township Building.

2017 05 11 Health Flyer

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April

13

2017

April

13

2017

Buffalo Creek Watershed Association Meeting

Please join us at the Buffalo Township Building at 7:00 PM for the April Meeting.

Did you know that the original purchase price of the 588 acres to build Dutch Fork Lake was $46, 466? The lake is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year.

PICTURED BELOW are those who played leading roles in the Dutch Fork Lake dedication ceremonies. (Left to right) Bert Euliano, district fish warden; Thomas F. O'Hara, chief engineer; Fish Commissioners R. Stanley Smith and Joseph M. Critchfield; William Voigt, Jr., executive director of the Commission; Commissioner John W. Grenoble; Dr. W. A. Prideaux of Claysville, William Harrison of California, Ben Stone of Finleyville, Neal Barnhart of Wolfdale, and H. O. Campsey of Claysville. The latter are officials of the sportsmen's organizations in Washington County. Washington (Pa.) Photo courtesy of the Observer Reporter

PICTURED BELOW are those who played leading roles
in the Dutch Fork Lake dedication ceremonies. (Left to
right) Bert Euliano, district fish warden; Thomas F.
O’Hara, chief engineer; Fish Commissioners R. Stanley
Smith and Joseph M. Critchfield; William Voigt, Jr.,
executive director of the Commission; Commissioner
John W. Grenoble; Dr. W. A. Prideaux of Claysville,
William Harrison of California, Ben Stone of Finleyville,
Neal Barnhart of Wolfdale, and H. O. Campsey of Claysville.
The latter are officials of the sportsmen’s organizations
in Washington County. Washington (Pa.) Photo courtesy of the Observer Reporter

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