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Welcome

Organization
Websites

Western PA Coalition for Abandoned Mine Reclamation
(WPCAMR)

Eastern PA Coalition for Abandoned Mine Reclamation
(EPCAMR)

Foundation for Pennsylvania Watersheds
(FPW)

Western PA Conservancy Watershed Assistance Center
(WPA)

Stream Restoration Inc.
(SRI)

PA Environmental Council
(PEC)

PA Organization for Watersheds and Rivers
(POWR)

Eastern Coal Regional Roundtable
(ECRR)

Susquehanna River Basin Commission
(SRBC)

Saint Vincent College Environmental Education Center

National Mine Land Reclamation Center
(NMLRC)

USGS Mine Drainage Interest Group

Acid Drainage Technology Initiative
(ADTI
)

 

Also see our Organizations section

 

AMRClearinghouse.org is an information clearinghouse for Pennsylvania watershed associations, especially those associations dealing with abandoned mine reclamation (AMR) issues. To get started, pick one of the categories above.


PLEASE TAKE NOTE
WPCAMR Quarterly Meeting, Nov 14, 2013 .
"Quick Response"
Emergency Funding
for AMD Treatment System Repairs

2013 ARIPPA Watershed Award Materials

  1. Cover page/checklist
  2. Application

 

From this week's Abandoned Mine Posts newsletter:

The Future of Growing Greener
Yesterday’s announcement of Growing Greener grant awards by Governor Rendell serves as a reminder of how important Growing Greener is to our reclamation community. The Governor's announcement also stands in stark contrast to the possible demise of that program in the not too distant future.

AMRClearinghouse.org is a service of the
Western Pennsylvania Coalition
for Abandoned Mine Reclamation

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Pennsylvania Constitution, Section 27, Article 1
"The people have a right to clean air, pure water, and to the preservation of the natural, scenic, historic and aesthetic values of the environment. Pennsylvania's public natural resources are the common property of all the people, including generations yet to come. As trustees of these resources, the Commonwealth shall conserve and maintain them for the benefit of all the people."


Funding for this website has been provided by
a Growing Greener Technical Assistance Grant through the:
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP)