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Bringing Back the Little J

September 23, 2015

A Pennsylvania river that once was an “open sewer” is being restored with the help of fishermen, paddlers and others who belong to the Little Juniata River Association, led by Bill Anderson of Altoona, Pa. The nonprofit has helped establish over five miles of public fishing easements along the river, which now offers Class A wild brown trout habitat.

Produced by Will Parson
Music/Audio: Podington Bear and Fabrizio Paterlini

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