Jacobs Creek Watershed Association is in Acme, Pennsylvania.
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Jacobs Creek Watershed Association is with Mary Huschak-Kaufman and Sue Martin.
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Thank you to everyone who came to our 3rd Annual Lazy River Family Friendly Float Day! It ended up being a nice day. The creek was a little bit low, but you all got through it and still had fun!
Thank you to our Sponsors:
POWR, ACA, Zaffina’s Distribution and Scottdale Vol. Fire Dept..
We couldn’t have done it with out them.
Thank you to KVE Radio and Hull Concessions too for making the day even more fun!
See you next year, hopefully under better conditions! ...
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Stonerollers (Campostoma anomalum) have a medium green/olive dorsum, which fades to white around their ventral surface. They are considered minnows.
Minnows may eat animal life, like insects, small crustaceans, clams, smaller fishes and fish eggs, or they may consume plants, like algae and other organic matter in the stream. The Stoneroller is specially equipped to digest plant material. It has an extremely long intestine that wraps around its swim bladder.
Most minnows also do not build nests for spawning, but Stoneroller hollow out nesting sites in the bottom.
Download this week's Stoneroller Coloring Sheet here:
Jacobs Creek Watershed Association
10 Mt Pleasant Road,
Scottdale PA 15683
(724) 887-8220, extension 3