Schuylkill Action Network Accepting Scholastic Drinking Water Award Nominations

The Schuylkill Action Network is now accepting nominations for its annual Scholastic Drinking Water Awards to recognize students and schools in the Schuylkill Watershed who protect drinking water sources.   Nominations are due March 31.

Examples of projects include: drinking water protection projects and activities include: Clean water art projects; Community outreach; Watershed curriculum integration; No-mow zones; Smart application of pesticides, fertilizers, etc.; Stormwater practices (rain gardens, rain barrels, naturalized stormwater basins, bioswales, etc.); Tree plantings; and Water quality monitoring.

Click Here to submit a nomination.

For more information on other programs and activities, visit the Schuylkill Action Network website.  Click Here to sign up for regular updates from SAN.


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