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Stretching out of Zoom boxes: Partners semi-annual meeting recap
Another successful Partners Semi-Annual meeting for the books! Thank you to those that were able to participate and collaborate at East Lampeter Township Community Park last week. We loved having everyone together in-person to share success stories (more to read here), hear from two all star partner organizations (thank you Zeshan and Jeff!) and discuss collaborative opportunities.

For those that could not attend, check out these resources from the meeting: 
If you haven't already signed up to officially be a partner organization, fill out the form today! Don't know if you're officially a partner organization? View the list on our website. If your organization's logo is not included on the Who We Are page, you have not filled out the form yet.

Get your applications ready for the Clean Water Fund! 

If you need dollars for a clean water project in Lancaster County, consider applying to the Lancaster County Community Foundation’s Clean Water Fund. We’re offering more opportunities this year to increase the bias towards action to achieve the county’s work towards clean and clear water by 2040! 

Final applications are due July 26 @ 11:59 p.m.

NOTE: We're still accepting applications to the Clean Water Implementation Large Grant. Dollars are awarded on a rolling basis until all funds are allocated. 

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Success Stories from Clean Water Fund Grantees

The owners of the House at Climbers Run, a retreat center and rental space, used to dread heavy rain because it meant that the stream on their property would flood, causing significant land erosion, safety concerns, and increased pollution. 

But because dollars granted from the Clean Water Fund, Donegal Trout Unlimited helped them restore 1,530 linear feet of stream and plant 2.45 acres of riparian buffers so the streambanks will remain in place and the property owners can continue to share “the magic that is living in the country” with their guests. 
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Every two months, Mr. Beiler found himself back in his family’s fields to spread another layer of “farmer’s gold.” With inadequate manure storage, Beiler had to spread manure even when the ground didn’t need or wasn’t able to absorb the added nutrients. 

But because of dollars granted from the Clean Water Fund and project partner LancasterFarmlandTrust, Beiler now has a six-month manure storage pit and is playing his part for cleaner water for his family, farm, and community. 


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The Lancaster Clean Water Partners is a countywide, collaborative partnership of diverse partner organizations that come together with a shared vision of clean and clear Lancaster waterways by 2040.

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Lancaster Clean Water Partners
1383 Arcadia Road
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17601

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