Riparian buffers were the featured topic at the Extension Water Resources display at the PA Farm Show in Harrisburg.
A Philadelphia County Master Gardener and Master Watershed Steward uses his knowledge to help educate others.
If you are interested in learning more about the proper management of private water wells, springs and cisterns and you are willing to share what you learn with others, the Master Well Owner program may be for you!
Penn State Extension is hosting its second Ag Issues Breakfast of the 2019-2020 season on January 15th. The guest speaker will be Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding.
There is still time to register for the PA Agronomic Education Conference! Dates are Thursday, January 16th (8AM to 5PM) and Friday, January 17th (7:30AM to 2PM).
As farmers consider their corn seed purchases, the Handy Bt Trait Table can help sort out the transgenic, insect-resistance traits available.
The Master Watershed Steward program in Allegheny County’s class of 19 candidates are quickly nearing the end of their 40+ hours of training that began in September.
The 2019 Corn Silage Hybrid Evaluation Trial Results are now available on the Penn State Extension website.
2020 is quickly approaching and so is a great opportunity to earn continuing education credits at the annual PA Agronomic Education Society Conference!
Find out what cover crops are worth to you and your farm at this workshop focused on cover crop management.
The symposium provides a forum for researchers, students, professionals and educators to exchange information about and promote Pennsylvania's groundwater resources.
The public is invited to vote online for PA's river of the year.
El último mes, la Organización Mundial de la Salud (OMS) público su último informe sobre actividad física en adolescentes en el Lancet, una prestigiosa revista médica internacional. Globalmente, el 81% de los estudiantes reportan niveles insuficientes de actividad física diaria.
Become part of this statewide volunteer program that helps enhance our local watersheds!
Pennsylvania has been tasked to reduce the amount of nutrient pollution entering the Chesapeake Bay.
An ongoing project which has tested drinking water from nearly 600 private water wells, springs and cisterns is providing important information about the prevalence and causes of copper and lead contamination of drinking water.