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Trees "planted" at the buffer demonstration by some youth visiting the PA Farm Show. Photo: Susan Boser, Penn State.
Extension Water Team Booth Focuses on the Importance of Riparian Buffers - News News
Riparian buffers were the featured topic at the Extension Water Resources display at the PA Farm Show in Harrisburg. More
TapTalk - Drowning in Plastic
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TapTalk - Drowning in Plastic

02/06/2020

Emmaus, PA

Free
Join us for a informative presentation on water quality topics. More
The current Allegheny County MWS class at the Wingfield Pines Conservation Area (a property of the Allegheny Land Trust) during a field trip for the AMD class. Photo by Mary Wilson, Penn State.
Allegheny County Master Watershed Stewards Program is Up to Full Speed - News News
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. More
Master Watershed Steward Information Webinar
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Master Watershed Steward Information Webinar

乐动体育注册06:30 PM - 07:30 PM, 02/05/2020

2 hours

Free
Interested in becoming a Master Watershed Steward? Join us for this information meeting on how you can improve the health of Pennsylvania's waterways. More
How Can I Move Stormwater From Here to There?
How Can I Move Stormwater From Here to There? - Articles Articles

How Can I Move Stormwater From Here to There?

乐动体育注册 Scott A Sjolander

Conveyances are man-made flow-ways used to move stormwater runoff to a place meant to receive it. Natural drainages are not called conveyances. Any other functions must be added to the system. More
TapTalk - Coldwater Fisheries
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TapTalk - Coldwater Fisheries

03/05/2020

New Tripoli, PA

Free
Join us for a informative presentation on water quality topics. More
TapTalk - Greening Your Landscape and MS4s
TapTalk - Greening Your Landscape and MS4s - Workshops Workshops
Join us for a informative presentation on water quality topics. More
The waterways nominated for the 2020 River of the Year are highlighted on the map. (Pennsylvania Environmental Council)
Voting to Begin for Pennsylvania’s 2020 River of the Year - News News
The public is invited to vote online for PA's river of the year. More
What is Sediment and Why is it a Stormwater Pollutant?
What is Sediment and Why is it a Stormwater Pollutant? - Articles Articles
Sediment is a stormwater pollutant that is made up of soil particles that have been detached from the land by erosion and is Pennsylvania’s largest surface water pollutant by volume. More
Master Watershed Steward volunteers work on a streambank riparian buffer project. Photo: Erin Frederick, Penn State
Penn State Extension Master Watershed Steward Program Now Accepting Applications - News News
Become part of this statewide volunteer program that helps enhance our local watersheds! More
Aaron Henning, Senior Aquatic Biologist for the Susquehanna River Basin Commission, measures an American eel during a fish survey in the Conewago Creek, Lancaster County. Photo: Jodi Sulpizio, Penn State
Eels and Mussels—An Unlikely Pair - News News
These two creatures form a symbiotic relationship that helps benefit Pennsylvania river ecosystems. More
Students help to plant riparian buffers along Hartman Run in York County. Photo: John Pavoncello, Penn State Master Watershed Steward
Watershed Stewards Work With Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay on Buffer Project - News News
Pennsylvania has been tasked to reduce the amount of nutrient pollution entering the Chesapeake Bay. More
Large woody debris is seen here helping to stabilize a streambank. Photo: Danielle Rhea, Penn State
Benefits of Large Woody Debris in Streams - News News
Large wood provides multiple benefits in stream systems such as stabilized streambanks, improved floodplain connectivity, and more diverse aquatic habitat. More
Master Watershed Steward Information Meeting
Master Watershed Steward Information Meeting - Workshops Workshops

Master Watershed Steward Information Meeting

Multiple Options Available

Free
Interested in becoming a Master Watershed Steward? Join us for this information meeting on how you can improve the health of Pennsylvania's waterways. More
Youth and Family Fishing and Conservation Day participants enjoy the day along the Codorus Creek in York. Photo: Jodi Sulpizio, Penn State
Master Watershed Stewards in York Introduce Urban Youth to Fishing - News News
Introducing youth to fishing teaches them about conserving and protecting local waterways. More
Water Education Tools for Youth
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Water Education Tools for Youth

Jennifer R Fetter, Kristen Kyler

$204.00
This bundle of award-winning water education tools is designed to engage youth in learning opportunities about water, science, and technology, and will help to create a future generation of water stewards and innovators. More
Rain to Drain - Slow the Flow
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Rain to Drain - Slow the Flow

Jennifer R Fetter, Kristen Kyler

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Rain to Drain - Slow the Flow is a hands-on stormwater education curriculum available from Penn State Extension and Pennsylvania 4-H. More
Linda Inners paints the drain that won third place in the Storm Drain Art Contest in York. Photo: Jodi Sulpizio, Penn State
Second Annual Street 2 Creek Storm Drain Art Contest in York County - News News
To help raise stormwater awareness, the Master Watershed Stewards in York County, along with local partners, held the Second Annual Street 2 Creek Storm Drain Art Contest. More
Warm Season Grasses Field Day and Tour
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Rockview Farm Switchgrass and Warm Season Grasses Field Day More
Tree-lined streets in the municipality of Kingston in Luzerne County. Photo: Vincent Cotrone, Penn State
A Cost-Effective Way to Reduce Municipal Stormwater - News News
Planting trees is a green and cost-effective way to reduce stormwater runoff. More
Campers look through a kick net for aquatic macroinvertebrates from Two Mile Run. Photo: Susan Boser, Penn State
Extension Helps Beaver County Scouts to Explore Their Local Watershed - News News
Extension partnered with Girl Scouts in Beaver County to provide watershed education during day camp at Two Mile Run. More
From the spillway at Shadybrook Park in Meadville, PA. Mill Run is armored and bounded by several stabilizing practices. Photo: Scott Sjolander, Penn State University
Riparian Stabilization on an Acre or Less - News News
This article discusses controlling water’s edge erosion problems on small riparian sites. More
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