March 27 Watershed Winds Newsletter Now Available From Penn State Extension

The March 27 Watershed Winds newsletter is now available from Penn State Extension featuring articles on--

-- Winter Precipitation And Forests: Was It Enough?

-- Over Time, Nuisance Flooding Can Cost More Than Extreme Events

-- Wellhead Protection - The Area Around The Well Counts!

-- Focus On Aquatic Invasive Species - What Are Asian Carp?

-- Centre County Watershed Cleanup Day April 22

-- House Bill Would Eliminate Churches, Schools, Camps From Safe Drinking Water Act

-- Have Fun Learning About Invasive Species With New Tool From PA 4-H

-- Click Here to sign up for your own copy.


Editorial: Pass RECLAIM Mine Reclamation Initiative In Congress

Editorial: Saving The Chesapeake Bay

Watershed Groups To Plant Trees Along Turtle Creek In Monroeville

Rain Barrels Keep Gardens Green, Reduce Rainwater Runoff, PRC Workshops

Want To Be An Ambassador For Water Issues In Philadelphia?  Tell Us Why

Crable: Columbia High Students Tackle Hands-On Lessons By Raising Trout

Another Scranton Homeowner Sues City Claiming Stormwater Damage

Rain Causes Stormwater Problems In Scranton

Loyalhanna Watershed Farm Honored For Green, Sustainable Practices

Bay Journal: Lower Susquehanna RiverKeeper Hangs It Up For Politics

DRBC Considers New Fish Rule To Mark Gains In Water Quality

Delaware Reservoir Management In Flux: Inflexible On Flexible Flow?

June 3-9 Schuylkill River Sojourn Registration Now Open

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[Posted: March 27, 2017]


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