Penn State landscape architecture students plant a shrub at the Spring Creek riparian restoration project at the Pennsylvania Military Museum in 2012. A bill in the General Assembly would remove riparian buffers as one of the tools the Department of Environmental Protection can use to protect streams from erosion and pollution.
Penn State landscape architecture students plant a shrub at the Spring Creek riparian restoration project at the Pennsylvania Military Museum in 2012. A bill in the General Assembly would remove riparian buffers as one of the tools the Department of Environmental Protection can use to protect streams from erosion and pollution. CDT file photo
Penn State landscape architecture students plant a shrub at the Spring Creek riparian restoration project at the Pennsylvania Military Museum in 2012. A bill in the General Assembly would remove riparian buffers as one of the tools the Department of Environmental Protection can use to protect streams from erosion and pollution. CDT file photo

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