The Susquehanna River is the 16th largest river in the United States, and its drainage area encompasses 20,960 square miles within Pennsylvania’s borders. The river supplies more than 400 million gallons of drinking water per day to millions of people. It also provides 120 million gallons of water per day for agricultural operations in the state, as well as hundreds of millions of gallons for industrial uses. (Source: DCNR) Therefore, the water within the river is invaluable to so many and worthy of protection. RiverStewards mission is to bring together all those interested in protecting the Susquehanna River, so we can work together, not at odds. These images show some of the many faces of the river.
- Schaeffer Says Cooperation is Essential for Conservation - April 23, 2019
- Kayaking Through Pennsylvania History - December 29, 2016