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Harry Campbell

Flood of 10 million trees could help offset impact of future PA deluges

Veteran newspaper photographer John Pavoncello has been eye-to-eye with all kinds of human drama.

In the short time his drone imaging business has been up and running, Pavoncello has gone above and beyond to record traumas faced by fire and law enforcement first responders.

But it was the sight of nature’s powerful force that he called “crazy.”


Partnership’s new tree-tment helps PA streams, streets tackle runoff ills

Larry Herr walks along the stream buffer that will get more new trees to further restore and protect Silver Creek as it babbles through 76 acres of the rolling, forested hills of his Lebanon County, PA, farm.

The native trees will support natural ecosystems and provide habitat and food for the brook trout that Larry Herr cares so much about, as well as birds, mammals, insects and...

PA must invest in its Clean Water Blueprint if it is to succeed

In January, Pennsylvania announced a new, “rebooted” strategy to address its significant lack of progress in cleaning up polluted rivers and streams and to get back on track toward meeting its Clean Water Blueprint commitments.

But the budget proposed by Gov. Tom Wolf in early February lacks the resources to implement the new strategy and does not help the commonwealth meet its...

It’s time for PA to reboot its commitments to Bay agreement

As Pennsylvania’s executive and legislative branches of government are embroiled in a budget stalemate that lingers well beyond the June 30 deadline, the commonwealth remains significantly behind in its commitment to meeting its obligations for reducing water pollution in the central Pennsylvania counties that are part of the Chesapeake Bay watershed.


About Harry Campbell

Harry Campbell is the Pennsylvania executive director for the Chesapeake Bay Foundation.


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