Brokenstraw Creek Watershed Conservation Plan
[43 Pa.B. 5472]
[Saturday, September 14, 2013]
The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (Department), Bureau of Recreation and Conservation has approved the Brokenstraw Creek Watershed Conservation Plan (Plan) and is placing the Brokenstraw Creek Watershed and all tributaries covered in the Plan in Crawford, Erie and Warren Counties on the Pennsylvania Rivers Conservation Registry (Registry).
The Western Pennsylvania Conservancy submitted the Plan and other required information to gain Registry status.
After review of the Plan and other information, the Department has determined that the Pennsylvania Rivers Conservation Program (Program) requirements have been satisfied and places the following on the Registry:
• The watershed area of Brokenstraw Creek (Crawford, Erie and Warren Counties) from the New York-Pennsylvania Border to its confluence with the Allegheny River—257 square miles.
• All tributary streams within the Brokenstraw Creek Watershed.
This action becomes effective September 14, 2013. Projects identified in the Plan become eligible for implementation, development or acquisition grant funding through the Program.
A copy of the Final Plan is available for review at the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy web site at www. wpconline.org/26/projects and the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Rachel Carson State Office Building, 400 Market Street, 5th Floor, Harrisburg, PA 17101, (717) 783-2712.
[Pa.B. Doc. No. 13-1674. Filed for public inspection September 13, 2013, 9:00 a.m.]
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