JAMES J. & LYNN D. RAMAGE MARSH MEADOW

  • Drinking Water Protection Area
  • Drinking Water Protection Area
  • Drinking Water Protection Area
  • Drinking Water Protection Area
  • Drinking Water Protection Area

Overview

The James J. and Lynn D. Ramage Marsh Meadow, located in the Arboretum at Penn State, is a drinking water protection and groundwater recharge area.

To protect its water resources, the University has defined critical areas on its property as Water Resources Preservation (WRP) areas, which are drainageways, streams, Zone 1 wellhead protection areas, natural infiltration areas, major sinkholes and depressions, detention basins, and other lands that have a significant impact on the University’s water resources. Development, grading, clearing, grazing, or compaction are not permitted in these areas.

Please vist the Penn State Stormwater magazine for a map of other WRP areas.

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