When LMA had a fracking contract, LMA members Ben Duke and Scott Gansell worked diligently to put together a model plan, and LMA entered into an arrangement with Penn State to use our watershed
to develop the tools to protect our environment. Thus, our air and water are monitored in order to have early warning of contamination and to keep LMA members safe as they enjoy the
outdoors. The following documents give details about the plan.
Click the link above to read the draft of a study conducted by the Pennsylvania State University Marcellus Center for Outreach and research in August of 2014.
Continuous Instream Monitoring Reports (CIMR)
In 2011-2014, prior to possible gas well construction, several water quality studies of Lake Mokoma tributaries were conducted by the PA Department of Environmental Protection. These reports
collected baseline data on things like water temperature, pH, and biological communities. You may view each report below by clicking on the appropriate link.