Raccoon Creek Region Conservation Plan
A Watershed Conservation Plan is a non-regulatory guide developed to restore and maintain a waterway’s natural, historic, economic and recreational values. Key components of a Watershed Conservation Plan are:
- Public participation to identify issues and concerns relating to the watershed’s resources
- Determining local values and applying them to the planning process
- Assessing the natural, historic, cultural and economic resources of the watershed
- Identifying methods to conserve, enhance and restore the watershed
Many thanks to all who shared their passion for the Raccoon Creek Region by contributing ideas, concerns, stories and photos to the Plan. Click on the links below to view the final version:
Executive Summary 'Mini-Plan' (8.6 mb)
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The Raccoon Creek Region Conservation Plan was funded by a grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) and the Foundation for Pennsylvania Watersheds.