Support Conowingo Dam BBQ Cookout! Where: Conowingo Visitor Center When: Thursday, July 23, 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Join us at the Conowingo Visitor Center on Thursday, July 23 at 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM.
Help us clean up the Susquehanna River above the Conowingo Dam!
Friday’s story about the state bill by Sen. Steve Hershey and Delegate Jay Jacobs to halt work on the Watershed Implementation Plan (WIP), the Bay cleanup program, contains a lot of disingenuous nonsense from these two lawmakers.
Exelon Generation, the owner and operator of Conowingo, recently held its fourth annual photo contest to help highlight the beauty of the bald eagle...
More than 11,500 residents in the Chesapeake Bay region – myself included – believe that science must lead the way on finding a regional solution to the Bay’s cleanup.
Yesterday the Support Conowingo Dam campaign delivered over 11,500 petition signatures to the U.S. Army Corp. of Engineers and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission...
Today, the Support Conowingo Dam campaign delivered over 11,500 petition signatures to the U.S. Army Corp. of Engineers and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission...
Conowingo generates about 550 megawatts of power, similar to a full sized coal generating station, but cheaply and with no air or water pollution, so we should promptly authorize its use and keep it running.
On Thursday December 18th and Friday December 19th, Conowingo will be preforming tree trimming in Fisherman’s Park. Please pardon our noise and distraction with this project. The end result is to improve bald eagle viewing in the future.