History of Nine Mile Run Watershed by Zelda Curtiss

January 13, 2015 

Speaker: ZELDA CURTISS Retired Environmental Attorney

Zelda Curtiss

See Nine Mile Run Website

The Nine Mile Run Watershed is a small urban watershed located in Pittsburgh’s East End. Covering just 6.5 square miles, the watershed is home to numerous exciting initiatives, including the largest urban stream restoration in the United States completed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

About the Speaker: Zelda Curtiss is a retired Department of Environmental Protection(DEP) attorney. She worked for DEP for 29 years.

Following her retirement from DEP, she taught an environmental law clinic at the Duquesne University School of Law. As a DEP attorney, she was involved with several aspects of the environmental issues in the Nine Mile Run watershed.

She is now a board member of the Nine Mile Run Watershed Association.

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