Information on drinking and residential water quality, including well and septic system management, drilling a well, protecting groundwater and managing your restored wetland. Tips on teaching water quality stewardship and lead in drinking water.
A Philadelphia County Master Gardener and Master Watershed Steward uses his knowledge to help educate others.
The symposium provides a forum for researchers, students, professionals and educators to exchange information about and promote Pennsylvania's groundwater resources.
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Iron and manganese cause stains and tastes in water. They can be removed with several treatment processes described in this article.
A Fun, Informative Series of Presentations on Water.
Fun, Informative Series of Presentations on Water
A Fun, Informative Series of Presentations on Water
Educators are invited to dive deeper into unique water topics for their classrooms and join us for networking opportunities.
Groundwater professionals from across Pennsylvania and nearby states gathered on April 30 and May 1 for the 2019 Pennsylvania Groundwater Symposium.
Annual statewide award recognizes environmental performance and innovation.
The Penn State Master Watershed Stewards in York County presented Ted Evgeniadis, the Lower Susquehanna Riverkeeper, with the 2018 Outstanding Partner Award at their MWS Winter Celebration in February.
The first Search for Excellence Awards acknowledge outstanding projects across the state in four categories: Youth Programs, Restoration Projects, Innovative Projects and Monitoring and Research projects.
Here is a list of some water-related new year’s resolutions that you can use to improve water quality in your backyard, your watershed and beyond.
The Extension water team is happy to have a new Educator on board. Danielle Rhea will be based in Jefferson County and serving counties in north central Pennsylvania and beyond.
Starting this year and continuing into early 2019, a new project will provide active Master Well Owners Network volunteers with an exciting opportunity.
Jennifer R Fetter, Leon Ressler, Andy Yencha
Parts of Pennsylvania were drenched with heavy rains and flooded streams recently. In addition to drying out wet basements, there are few important things that rural Pennsylvanian’s might want to pay special attention to.
Several Penn State Extension staff took part in the Universities Council on Water Resources (UCOWR) Annual Conference held June 26-28 in Pittsburgh, PA.
Students from Wilson College visited the Cumberland County Penn State Extension office to learn how land use, ground water, and private water wells interconnect.
Learn about the Master Well Owner Network (MWON) online course that trains volunteers to teach about safe drinking water and the proper management of private water wells, springs, and cisterns.