Information on stormwater management and water quality, including incorporating and maintaining a green infrastructure, investigating stream health and creating an infiltration surface. Tips on green roofs, rainwater cisterns and live staking.
Riparian buffers were the featured topic at the Extension Water Resources display at the PA Farm Show in Harrisburg.
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 public is invited to vote online for PA's river of the year.
Become part of this statewide volunteer program that helps enhance our local watersheds!
Introducing youth to fishing teaches them about conserving and protecting local waterways.
Jennifer R Fetter, Kristen Kyler
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.
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.
A Fun, Informative Series of Presentations on Water.
Fun, Informative Series of Presentations on Water
A Fun, Informative Series of Presentations on Water
Extension partnered with Girl Scouts in Beaver County to provide watershed education during day camp at Two Mile Run.
Penn State Extension in York County completed its fourth Master Watershed Steward training in May.
Annual statewide award recognizes environmental performance and innovation.
The Susquehanna and Ohio River watersheds are home to this giant salamander that is on track to become Pennsylvania's state amphibian.
With some recycling programs slowing down, what is the future for litter in our waterways and what can be done?