The Master Watershed Stewards of York County will hold a Rain Barrel Workshop on April 20 at the Penn State Extension Office, 112 Pleasant Acres Road in York from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m.
This workshop will guide you through the process of constructing your own, fully functioning rain barrel.
The workshop fee includes a plastic 55-gallon drum, all the necessary parts, and assistance to build your rain barrel! All tools are provided. Please bring appropriate transportation to take your barrel home.
Click Here to register or for more information.
Visit the Master Watershed Stewards of York County webpage for more information on activities and opportunities to get involve.
For more information on the program in other parts of the state, visit the Penn State Extension Master Watershed Stewards webpage.
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[Posted: March 28, 2019]