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Environmental grants go to 5 local groups


April 22. 2014 11:36PM
By John DiMaria

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Two school districts and three local conservation groups will get at total $14,028 in environmental education and stewardship grants through the state Department of Environmental Protection, Gov. Tom Corbett announced.


The money is part of $309,626 to be doled out to 111 agencies statewide. The grants coming to Luzerne County are:


• $3,000 to Hazleton Area School District


• $2,530 to Wilkes-Barre Area School District


•$2,998 to Friends of the Nescopeck


• $3,000 to the Eastern PA Coalition for Abandoned Mine Reclamation


•$2,500 to the North Branch Land Trust.


The money comes courtesy of a 1993 law that requires 5 percent of pollution fines and penalties collected annually by DEP be set aside for environmental education.




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