Fully protect the Susquehanna River from pollution

For over a decade, bass populations in the Susquehanna River have faced increased death and disease, including mysterious tumors, lesions, and sores. Research shows agricultural pollution is likely causing the river's poor health and decade-long mutant bass phenomenon. While Pennsylvania's Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) just granted additional protections to four miles of this waterway, it has still not listed the entire river as "impaired."

Tell the DEP to provide critical new protections to the entire Susquehanna. Submit your public comment before September 12th!