THE SPRING CREEK WATERSHED ATLAS
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Railroads of the Spring Creek Watershed
“Bellefonte is now a great railroad center, and trains are arriving and departing continually, connections being made in all directions.”...
Historic Houses in the Spring Creek Watershed
There is a rich collection of historic houses in the Spring Creek Watershed, some of them more than 200 years old. They range from...
The Gristmills of the Spring Creek Watershed
The early economy of central Pennsylvania was closely tied to harnessing flowing water to power mills and forges. Gristmills, the focus...
The Municipal Water System
Water Demand Water is essential to life as we know it. We can survive for weeks without food, but for just a few days without water....
Penn State's Wastewater Treatment System: Embracing Water Sustainability
The Pennsylvania State University owns and operates a wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) that is located at 501 University Drive in State...
Wastewater Treatment in the Spring Creek Watershed
When someone in the watershed runs water into a sink, turns on a washing machine, or flushes a toilet, this wastewater is conveyed to an...