Rapp Resolution Recognizing Outstanding Work of Conewango Creek Watershed Association Sails to Unanimous Passage in PA House
HARRISBURG —Rep Kathy Rapp (R-Warren/Crawford/Forest) announced today that her resolution, honoring the Conewango Creek Watershed Association for its efforts in preserving, enhancing and promoting the Conewango Creek in northwestern Pennsylvania, which was named Pennsylvania’s 2015 River of the Year, has passed the House unanimously.

“I am very proud to have the 2015 River of the Year, Conewango Creek, in the 65th Legislative District,” said Rapp. “House Resolution 412 is all about recognizing the outstanding work of Conewango Creek Watershed Association that made this statewide recognition possible. From regularly conducting stream cleaning, planting and restoration projects, canoe launch rehabilitation projects and implementing invasive species action plans that have made sightings of river otters, bald eagles, ospreys and herons a common occurrence along this major tributary of the Allegheny River, I want to personally congratulate everyone at the Conewango Creek Association for also receiving a leadership grant to move even more noteworthy conservation projects forward.”

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Representative Kathy Rapp
65th District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives
Media Contact: Ty McCauslin
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