Juniata River

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Ju·ni·at·a River

A river, about 150 km (90 mi) long, of south-central Pennsylvania flowing eastward to the Susquehanna River.
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Six of the Blueprint Communities receiving grants are in Pennsylvania: Allegheny-Clarion River Valley Blueprint Community, Clarion Blueprint Community Inc., Curwensville Regional Development Corp., Juniata River Blueprint Community, New Castle Blueprint Community and Reynoldsville Blueprint Community.
"If we don't do it right, for example, the manure we spread on our corn fields can run off into Spruce Creek, damaging our trout habitat, and from there into the Juniata River, which flows into the Susquehanna and then 200 miles downstream into the Chesapeake Bay."
Our study was conducted along the Youghiogheny and Casselman Rivers in southwestern Pennsylvania and western Maryland, and the Raystown Branch of the Juniata River in south central Pennsylvania, USA (Fig.
We detected latrines at 12 of 15 (80.0%) of the bridge-suites; three of three (100%) at the Casselman River, four of six (66.7%) at the Raystown Branch of the Juniata River and five of six (83.3%) at the Youghiogheny River.
The DeForrests' place contained a large stretch of forested land through which you had to ride on a quiet country road before reaching their level, arable acres spread out along upper Standing Stone Creek, three miles above its joining the historic Juniata River at the lower end of Huntingdon, near where an Oneida Indian village once stood.
On a bluff overlooking die Raystown Branch of the Juniata River, Fort Bedford Museum is strategically situated and inviting.
Now spanning the Raystown Branch of the Juniata River the bridge has an added walkway for pedestrians.
(AP) -- Vocational school director Kevin O'Donnell sees central Pennsylvania's Juniata River Valley as a no man's land when it comes to community-college access.
In its lower reaches near its confluence with the Raystown Branch of the Juniata River, Yellow Creek resembles a classic freestone stream with rocky riffles and runs interspersed with deep pools.
Another stream worth mentioning is the Frankstown Branch of the Juniata River. The state puts trout in the stream's upper water and its larger tributaries, and browns now thrive in many areas of the main Frankstown Branch.
JLG Industries hums along quietly near the Juniata River in the south-central Pennsylvania town of Bedford.