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Tully & Quitty Fishermen Get Out Your Project Plans & Shovels

2006/12/7 18:13
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Posted on: 2007/3/15 9:56

Re: Tully & Quitty Fishermen Get Out Your Project Plans & Shovels

2006/9/16 23:22
Posts: 106
Bamb, what's up with th $109K

Posted on: 2007/3/15 21:20

Re: Tully & Quitty Fishermen Get Out Your Project Plans & Shovels
2006/9/9 19:16
From Dallastown, PA
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Biggie wrote:
Bamb, what's up with th $109K

Biggie, bold type usually holds a link. Click it.


Posted on: 2007/3/15 21:31
Don't hit me with them negative waves so early in the morning. Think the bridge will be there and it will be there. It's a mother, beautiful bridge, and it's gonna be there. Ok?

Re: Tully & Quitty Fishermen Get Out Your Project Plans & Shovels
2006/9/8 9:35
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The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC) has announced that $109,400 is available through a grant process for stream restoration, habitat enhancement, and recreational enhancement activities on streams located in the Tulpehocken and Quittapahilla Creek watersheds. This funding is available through a settlement agreement between the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission and AES Ironwood, L.L.C. related to the operation of an electric generation facility located in South Lebanon Township, Lebanon County.

Only project proposals located within the Tulpehocken and/or Quittapahilla Creek watersheds will be considered. These monies can be used for stand-alone projects or to supplement other funding for larger projects that are designed to improve aquatic habitat, water quality, or recreational use. Examples of acceptable activities include fishery habitat restoration or enhancement; fish stocking; fishing access; maintenance or creation of facilities to encourage, improve or expand recreational use of the fishery; or studies related to these issues.

The program will continue on a regular basis throughout the life of the AES Ironwood Power Plant.

Applications must be received by the PFBC no later than June 25, 2007. For more information about applying for this grant program, contact the PFBC at 814-359-5147 or download an application on the agency’s web site at

Posted on: 2007/3/15 22:05
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Re: Tully & Quitty Fishermen Get Out Your Project Plans & Shovels

2006/11/10 8:32
Posts: 748
I would encourage those with interests in these waters to apply. As I recall, sitting here at a home computer, some examples of projects done so far with funds from this source have included habitat projects by Berks County Parks Dept. immediately below the DH area on the Tully, the removal of Charming Forge Dam from the Tully, bank stabilization by bass/crappie/striper hybrid enthusiasts at Blue Marsh Res., and stream habitat improvement in a park on a trib to the Quitty. All tribs are eligible for attention, not just the two named streams.

Posted on: 2007/3/16 21:09

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