This past Saturday October 23rd was a classic Pittsburgh fall day with temps in the 50’s and drizzle on and off. But the 14 volunteers from the Montour Run Watershed Association and Penn’s Woods West didn’t care. In fact, one little duck, belonging to new PWWTU member Austin Price, was splashing in the puddles without care as we began cleaning up a mile stretch of highly visited waters. This portion of the Montour run is stocked trout waters in the spring and sees a high volume of anglers as well as the daily cadre of runners. Click here for the full story and pictures.
https://pwwtu.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/1-2.jpg 848 895 Chuck Buffington http://pwwtu.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/pwwtu-logo.png Chuck Buffington2021-10-28 17:51:562021-10-31 15:09:29A Day of Partnership and Environmental Service – Montour Run Fall Clean Up