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Southcentral Regional Watershed Workshop Set For June 20 In Carlisle

The PA Environmental Council and PA Organization for Watersheds and Rivers will host another in their series of Regional Watershed Workshops June 20 at Dickinson College, Stern Great Room, 208 West Louther Street in Carlisle, Cumberland County from 9:45 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Those working for watershed and environmental organizations, their board members and volunteers, as well as interested citizens, are encouraged to attend this event to share information, learn techniques to help build membership, and network with other groups in the South-Central Pennsylvania region.

This and similar meetings across the state are being organized to identify needs and provide organizational capacity and technical resource tools to help make watershed organizations across the Commonwealth as successful as possible.

Presenters at this workshop include staff from the South Mountain Partnership, the Department of Environmental Protection, the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, County Conservation Districts, and regional and local environmental organizations with watershed-focused programs and resources.

And optional tour of Dickinson College’s sustainable features will wrap-up the day.

The cost of the workshop is $15 and includes breakfast, lunch, and the optional tour.  Click Here to register online.  Questions should be directed to either Janet Sweeney, PEC Vice President, 570-718-6507 or send email to: or Susan Myerov, PEC Director of Watershed Programs, at 215-545-4570 or send email to:

The Regional Workshops will also help set the agenda for our next statewide conference of watershed organizations to be held on February 24-25, 2019 in State College.

Visit the PA Organization for Watersheds and Rivers website for information on watershed restoration, the PA Rivers of the Year and annual Sojourn programs.

For more information on programs, initiatives and special events, visit the PA Environmental Council website, visit the PEC Blog, follow PEC on Twitter or Like PEC on Facebook.  Visit PEC’s Audio Room for the latest podcasts.  Click Here to receive regular updates from PEC.


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