Watershed expert April Claus called to the 20 Quaker Valley High students splashing through a creek bed in their muck boots: “Who wants to release the brown trout?” They were part of Claus’s environmental science internship — the Quaker Valley Creekers. And on that autumn day they waded into Little Sewickley Creek, releasing some fish…

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  • Issue Quarter Summer
  • Issue Year 2018
  • Sub Heading The region slowly weaves a web of groups to protect the watershed
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