Joan Horak

Horak

The title is on a window sticker from Keystone 10 Million Trees Partnership, a part of the Chesapeake Bay foundation.

I read an article in the Gettysburg Times reporting that fishermen had returned to the creeks with the opening of trout season April 3. April was also Land Conservancy Month, proclaimed by the Adams County commissioners.

Joan Horak is vice president of the Watershed Alliance of Adams County and chair of its Riparian Buffer Committee.

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