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Protecting Drinking Water in the Saw Kill Watershed: A Regulatory and Policy Perspective

When:
September 25, 2017: 6:00PM to 8:30PM
Where:
Red Hook Community Center, 59 Fisk St, Red Hook, NY 12571 map
To Attend:
Free Registration

Join the Hudson Valley Regional Council for a panel discussion on the Saw Kill Watershed as a drinking water source and how a community responds to water supply contamination, and why is it important to protect water supplies. Panelists will also share the laws, policies, tools, resources available to communities to protect their drinking water supplies.

There will be plenty of time for discussion and question and answers.

Panelists will include Riverkeeper’s Water Quality Program Director Dan Shapley.

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