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Canoes on Susquehanna River

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Reporting by canoe​

In early October, Dr. McKay Jenkins took his Feature and Magazine Writing students on a daylong canoe trip on the Susquehanna River with guides from the Chesapeake Bay Foundation. Students interested in environmental journalism explored complex watershed issues like hydroelectric power, agricultural pollution, and the effects of climate change on water quality.

Students take close look at river
Story published on 11/8/2017 ; last modified on  
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​On the Susquehanna River, Dr. McKay Jenkins and guides from the Chesapeake Bay Foundation help students explore environmental issues.

11/8/2017
 
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