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PA Bulletin, Doc. No. 06-1504


Pennsylvania Wetland Replacement Project; Public Notice

[36 Pa.B. 4268]
[Saturday, August 5, 2006]

   The Department of Environmental Protection (Department) has approved the following wetland restoration projects for funding under the Pennsylvania Wetland Replacement Project (PWRP). The PWRP is a jointly managed fund between the Department and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation established to offset wetland losses. Construction for the following projects is anticipated to begin in the summer, 2006. Contact Shelby Reisinger, Department of Environmental Protection, Division of Waterways, Wetlands and Stormwater Management, P. O. Box 8775, Harrisburg, PA 17105-8775, (717) 787-6827 or for further information.

Project No. D02C39-001

   The primary objective of the Larry Bostick and Ducks Unlimited sponsored 1 acre wetland project, in Subbasin 2 (the Lower Lehigh River Watershed) is to restore a retired corn field that was ditched and mounded by Natural Resources Conservation Service into a wet meadow which would provide habitat for waterfowl and improve water quality in Jordan Creek by intercepting, filtering and cleansing runoff from adjacent cultivated areas. The project is located on Larry Bostick's property in Lowhill Township, Lehigh County. (Slatedale, PA Quadrangle, N:  5.3 inches, W:  1.1 inches)

Project No. D02F09-001

   Sponsored by Natural Lands Trust, the primary objective of the 1.69 acre wetland restoration in Subbasin 2 (the Neshaminy Creek Watershed) is to help restore the watershed by breaching a dam and draining a pond believed to be raising water temperature. The resulting wetlands will collect several springs on the property as well as surface runoff to aid in erosion control. The wetland will also provide habitat. The project is located on the Paunacussing Preserve in Buckingham Township, Bucks County. (Buckingham, PA Quadrangle, N:  19.0 inches, W:  11.6)


[Pa.B. Doc. No. 06-1504. Filed for public inspection August 4, 2006, 9:00 a.m.]

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