Penn State Fly Fishing Program

Below is an article in the January / February issue of the Pennsylvania Angler and Boater. This is an interesting article about the fly fishing program at Penn State that was started by George Harvey.

To see more from this issue of the magazine, go to https://www.fishandboat.com/Transact/AnglerBoater/AnglerBoater2023/Pages/January-February-2023.aspx

Fish & Boat Commission Investigation Of Pollution From PA General Energy Natural Gas Development Construction Site On Exceptional Value Loyalsock Creek Results In Settlement Agreement

Click the link for the full story

http://www.paenvironmentdigest.com/newsletter/default.asp?NewsletterArticleID=57224&SubjectID=

Private fish stockings may require state notifications in 2024

Click the link below to read an article published on GoErie website on January 11, 2023. This is another proposal being considered following the Proposed legislation in 2022.

BEGINNERS FLY TYING COURSE OFFERED BY SUSQUEHANNA CHAPTER TROUT UNLIMITED

Susquehanna Chapter of Trout Unlimited is pleased to announce that it will be offering a beginners fly tying course on Tuesday evenings starting January 31, 2023 and running through March 7, 2023. The classes will be taught by Dave Rothrock and will be limited to 20 students and cost $10 for adults to cover materials. Children are free, but must be accompanied by a parent or responsible adult. The classes will be held weekly from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm at the Covenant Central Presbyterian Church, 807 West 4th Street in Williamsport (entrance and parking is at the rear of the church – enter off of Campbell Street). You can register by sending an email to susquehannatu@gmail.com or by call or text to Walt Nicholson at 570-447-3600. Please list the names of everyone you are registering, and contact information (email and phone number).

Program on Gas Development Issues Management on State Game Lands in the Loyalsock Creek Watershed to be hosted by Susquehanna Trout Unlimited, Loyalsock Creek Watershed Association and Lycoming College Clean Water Institute

What: Michael DiMatteo, Chief, Oil/Gas Minerals Div. of the PA Game Commission will lead an information forum on issues related to management of natural gas leasing and development as well as legacy mineral extraction activities in State Game Lands in the Loyalsock Creek watershed. The program will focus on discussion of policies and methods to reduce negative impacts of natural resource extraction activities on landscapes, wildlife and aquatic resources. The public is invited to attend. For more information, please see our website at https://susquehannatu.com/.

When: January 11, 2023 at 6:30 pm

Where: Heim Science Building, Room G-09 on the Lycoming College Campus; enter through the Lynn Science Bldg. and take elevator to the ground floor; parking at lot on corner of Washington Blvd. & Mulberry St.; campus map available at https://www.lycoming.edu/admissions/pdfs/lycoming-college-printable-map-2020.pdf

DEP Issuing PA General Energy More Violations At Loyalsock Creek Gas Pipeline/Water Withdrawal Construction Site

A November 28 inspection report by the Department of Environmental Protection resulted in the agency issuing more Clean Streams Law violations to PA General Energy at the Shawnee water withdrawal and natural gas pipeline construction site on the Loyalsock Creek in Gamble Township, Lycoming County.

Click below to see the full article published by the PA Environmental Digest Blog

http://paenvironmentdaily.blogspot.com/2022/12/citizen-complaints-result-in-dep.html?fbclid=IwAR3bnCSPD7y1JyBA35j7YgzJAI_RpqjSCKPpdYBGvCOJ-aER3lEYArIPiDA