Features
Weirs for flow monitoring
Site 15 Treatment - Is it working, and what's that smell?
Local students suporting the SCRA! - new
OSM/VISTA volunteer - new

Watershed-wide assessment available - Fish found in Shamokin Creek!
Site 23 treatment - Fall 2003

Watershed videotape available
Treatment system at Scarlift Site 48
Watershed GIS database available from the PASDA web site
Mine operator removing waste rock pile, reducing AMD

Who is the SCRA?
The SCRA is citizens from all walks of life, most of whom live in the Shamokin Creek Watershed. We are working to restore the central Pennsylvania Shamokin Creek watershed which has been polluted by acid mine drainage. We would like to include you! We are a non-profit (501c3) organization, and we seek to involve citizens, businesses, local governments, and students.


What is AMD?

Contact us

Partners

AMD as a Resource

Photos by L. Deklinski

What can be done about AMD?

Mission and Officers

Projects

Coal in Pennsylvania

How can you help?
Get involved. You do not have to be an expert. We need people to:

Contributions are tax deductible and greatly appreciated.

Services and materials that are needed include printing, construction work, earth-moving, limestone donations, computer time, analytical chemistry.

To contact us:

PO Box 263, Mt. Carmel, PA 17851
Jim Koharski, President; 570-644-0029; jkoharski@verizon.net
Susan Zaner, Treasurer; 570-648-2354

Meetings are held at 6:30 pm on 2nd TUESDAYS, in Room 304 of the Career and Arts Center in Shamokin PA.

A Membership Application is available as a .pdf file.

For more information on mine drainage and treatment of mine drainage,see SCRIP or AMD Primer or Passive Treatment Methods

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This page maintained by Carl Kirby; last modified 7/11/2007.

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