Now's the Time to Take Action Against Urban/Suburban Runoff
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Photos of the Week: When It Rains It Pours!

Flooding in LancasterPhoto by Timothy Shultz.

"Here are some pics from Manheim and Lancaster, PA, from [this weekend's] unprecedented rainfall. The weather forecasters called for 1-3 inches of rain. We received 4-6! Once again, [these photos] show just how inadequate our stormwater [woes are] dealt with. The flooding in Manheim really needs to be addressed. It happens anytime there is a rainfall of more than 3 inches. Lancaster has the same flooding under that bridge with no posted signs."

Timothy Shultz

Polluted runoff from storms is one of the most harmful—and least understood—sources of pollution to the Bay and its rivers and streams. And it's an ever-growing source of pollution to the waters we all love. Learn more about this troublesome water quality threat, and what you can do about it.

Flooding in Manheim2Photo by Timothy Shultz.


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