Sunday, February 14, 2016

Survey seeks input on Schuylkill River Trail recreation

Southeastern Pennsylvania is blessed to have one of the most beautiful, open and well-maintained waterways in the country. For more than 3 million residents from Pottstown to Philadelphia, the Schuylkill River is a landmark, a water source, an outdoor oasis and a recreation area.

Survey seeks input on Schuylkill River Trail recreation

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Southeastern Pennsylvania is blessed to have one of the most beautiful, open and well-maintained waterways in the country.  For more than 3 million residents from Pottstown to Philadelphia, the Schuylkill River is a landmark, a water source, an outdoor oasis and a recreation area.

To keep it that way requires ongoing public input and local, state and federal investment.

If you use the Schuylkill River Trail for biking, kayaking, fishing, swimming, photography or other recreational purposes, take a few minutes out of your day to fill out this survey.

Officials from the Schuylkill River Heritage Area, the National Park Service , the state Fish and Boat Commission and the state Environmental Council will take your answers into consideration as they develop a strategic action plan for the river trail.  The survey is open for only two more days -- until Dec. 14 -- so don't delay!

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