2017 Gunpowder RIVERKEEPER Year End Review and Appeal

Thank you for supporting our efforts to protect the Gunpowder River! We could not have been successful without your generous support. Our work links and protects the forests, the fish and the faucet. Riverkeeper respects the varied economic, recreational and biological aspects of the River. Clean water in the Gunpowder watershed is everyone’s right and …

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2016 Gunpowder RIVERKEEPER Year End Review and Appeal

Thank you for supporting our efforts to protect the Gunpowder River! This year we championed enforcement and compliance of environmental laws within the watershed to protect and conserve the River for all users. We could not have been successful without your generous support. The Gunpowder River watershed faces environmental threats that must be argued in …

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2015 Gunpowder RIVERKEEPER Year End Review and Appeal

Thank you for supporting our efforts to protect the Gunpowder River! We champion enforcement and compliance of environmental laws within the watershed to protect and conserve the River for all users. We believe that the proper public notice of state permits is apolitical. Everyone that recreates, lives along or is downstream of the River enjoys …

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2014 Gunpowder RIVERKEEPER Year End Review and Appeal

Gunpowder RIVERKEEPER 2014 Year End Holiday Wrap up:The Gunpowder River is a drinking water source for over 1.8 million residents in the Baltimore-metro area. It is recognized as a world-class wild trout fishery and is an important boating and swimming destination. Our legal projects, outreach and advocacy are strengthened by your support. The winter solstice …

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2013 Gunpowder RIVERKEEPER Year End Review and Appeal

The Gunpowder River is truly a gift of shared waters. As a 1977 Baltimore Sun article penned by Michael Wentzel and Michael Shultz once related; “The Gunpowder is the River you Drink.” So with that context in mind it’s important to relate that Baltimore County has 2,100 miles of streams a majority of which hold …

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