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Here are 66 new stories in the PA Environment Digest about individuals, groups, local governments, farmers, businesses, watershed groups and many more working all across Pennsylvania to restore and protect the environment and show others the beauty that surrounds us.

Thank you for your leadership!

-- Bay Journal: EPA And Farm Bureau Find Common Ground In Pennsylvania - Urge State Lawmakers To Support Chesapeake Bay Cleanup Funding - By Karl Blankenship, Chesapeake Bay Journal

-- DCNR Conservation & Natural Resources Advisory Council Urges Lawmakers To Support Growing Greener III Funding  [PaEN]

-- PennFuture Announces Winners Of Celebrating Women In Conservation Awards From Southeast PA  [PaEN]

-- Post-Gazette: Can Music Heal Polluted Rivers? Brooke Smokelin Has Dedicated Her Life To Trying

-- DCNR Celebrates French Creek As The 2022 River Of The Year At Paddle Fest Celebration  [PaEN]

-- WeConservePA: PA Land Trusts Preserved 208,026 Acres; 107,300 Pennsylvanians Contribute To Land Trusts  [PaEN]

-- Dept. Of Agriculture Protects 2,264 Acres Of Farmland In 18 Counties; 613,884 Acres Protected  [PaEN]

-- PA Farm Bureau, Sand County Foundation, Partners Now Accepting Nominations For PA Leopold Conservation Award  [PaEN]

-- Preparations Underway For Penn State’s 2022 Ag Progress Days August 9-11  [PaEN]

-- LancasterOnline: Lancaster County Commissioners Prioritize Environmental Cleanup, Other ‘Long-term’ Projects For American Rescue Plan Funding

-- American Water Charitable Foundation Accepting Applications For Water And The Environment Grants  [PaEN]

-- Inquirer - Frank Kummer: The Schuylkill River Is Clean But Has A Public Relations Problem, Study Finds

-- Schuylkill Action Network Summer Newsletter: Perkiomen Floating Classroom, Farms For Clean Water, Delaware Urban Waters Partnership, Much More

-- Middle Susquehanna Riverkeeper: 8 Floating Classroom Programs Announced For Williamsport

-- TribLive: Westmoreland Land Trust Nature Backpacks Are Ready To Check Out At County Libraries

-- Huntingdon Daily News: Huntingdon Conservation District, County Library Team Up To Teach Youth About Importance Of Healthy Streams 

-- Wilkes-Barre Times: Riverfest Offers Educational Fun Alongside Susquehanna River

-- Citizens Voice: People Enjoy Nature, Susquehanna River During 2nd Day Of Riverfest

-- TribLive: VP Harris Visits Pittsburgh, Touts Need For Lead Pipe Removal

-- Post-Gazette: VP Harris Touts White’ House’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Funding To Replace Lead Water Lines

-- EPA: New Drinking Water Health Advisories Set For 4 PFAS Chemicals; $1 Billion In Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Funding Available For Cleanup  [PaEN]

-- DEP Hosts June 28 Hearing On Benner Twp. PFAS Hazardous Site Cleanup Investigation In Centre County  [PaEN]

-- Oil & Natural Gas Facility Health Impacts Assessment Bill Introduced In The House  [PaEN]

-- Penn State Beaver Seeking Volunteers For June 23 Focus Group On Energy Development, Groundwater Quality & Public Health In Western PA  [PaEN]

-- EQB Adopts Part I Of Reg. Reducing Oil & Gas VOC/Methane Emissions; 80% Of Methane Emissions Come From Conventional Oil & Gas Facilities; IRRC Considers July 21 [PaEN]

-- IRRC To Consider EQB Regulation Reducing VOC/Methane Emissions From Unconventional Shale Natural Gas Facilities July 21

-- Post-Gazette - Laura Legere: DEP Splits Long-Stalled Oil & Gas Air Pollution Rule; Rule Loses Roughly 80% Of Reduction Benefit By Excluding Conventional Oil & Gas Sources

-- StateImpactPA: DEP Drops Major Source Of Methane From New Rule Limiting Oil & Gas Facility Emissions

-- PUC Distributes $234 Million In 2021 Revenue From Act 13 Drilling Impact Fee; Represents Lowest Effective Tax Rate On Natural Gas Companies On Record - IFO  [PaEN]

-- Scranton Times Editorial: Process LNG Natural Gas Where It’s Shipped Not Where It’s Taken Out Of The Ground 

-- Appalachian Voices: Advocates Urge Biden To Fill Vacant Director Of Surface Mining Position 

-- Inquirer Guest Essay: 4 Tips For Improving Recycling In Pennsylvania - PA Resources Council, PennEnvironment 

-- Old Lycoming Township, DEP Highlight Local Recycling Efforts, Illegal Dumping Prevention  [PaEN]

-- Williamsport Sun: Old Lycoming Twp Cracks Down On Illegal Dumping

-- PennLive: State Seeks Innovators To Solve Farm Problem - Waste Plastics

-- MCall: Lehigh Valley College Students Leave Piles Of Stuff Behind At End Of School Year; Schools Making Sure It Doesn’t Go To Waste

-- DOE Partners With Carnegie Mellon University To Launch The 2022 Global Clean Energy Action Forum In Pittsburgh In September  [PaEN]

-- PennDOT Invites Feedback On Components Of Proposed State Plan For National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Formula Program  [PaEN]

-- York Dispatch: Dover Solar Power Project Receives Township Approval, With Conditions

-- York Daily Record: Dover Solar Farm Project Approved After 7 Hearings

-- Scranton Times: Solar Group Looks to Build Solar Farms In Archbald, Scott Twps., Scranton 

-- Utility Dive: PJM Proposes ‘First-Ready, First-Served’ Interconnection Review Process To Clear Renewable Backlog 

-- WESA: PennDOT Wants To Install Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Every 50 Miles Along Interstates

-- Scranton Times: Electric Vehicles Long-Term Fuel Price Hedge 

-- Rep. Bizzarro: End Gasoline Price Gouging Through New Stop Price Fixing Act Legislation 

-- Centre Daily Times: From Climate To Transparency, What Penn State Forward’s Board Of Trustees Win Means For Future

-- Post-Gazette - Anya Litvak: Hulking Coal-Fired Power Plants Coming Down In Western PA, Destined For New Life 

-- Post-Gazette: Green Tech Company Working With Michael Keaton To Expand Presence In Pittsburgh Beyond Manufacturing

-- Erie Times: Allegheny College, East Stroudsburg University Lab Partner For Statewide Tick Mitigation Study

-- Bike The Brandywine Returns For Its 5th Year On Sept. 17 In Chester County [PaEN]

-- TribLive - Mary Ann Thomas: Trail Along Kiski And Allegheny Rivers To Receive $3.5 Million Boost

-- WHYY: Network Of Philly Walking Groups Prioritizing Self-Care And Community

-- Courier Times: College Settlement Camp In Horsham Celebrates 100 Years Of Giving Kids Outdoor Experiences

-- Appalachian Chapter Audubon Society Offering Full Scholarship To Hog Island Audubon Camp In Maine  [PaEN]

-- Seven State Agencies Celebrate Pennsylvania's First Native Species Day [PaEN]

-- PA Master Naturalists: Celebrating PA Native Species Day June 17

-- PennLive - Marcus Schneck: PA Town Pushes Bee City USA To 300 Communities 

-- FirstEnergy On Pace To Exceed Pollinator Habitat Development Goal [Including PA]

-- Post-Gazette: Turn Your Lights Out This Week To Help Save The Lightning Bugs

-- Scranton Times: Helping The State Insect - The Firefly

-- TribLive - Mary Ann Thomas: Hays Bald Eagle Juveniles Take Flight, Share The Skies With Young Hawk

-- Warren Times: Observe MAPS Bird Banding At Audubon Community Nature Center

-- Game Commission: Conservation Heritage Museum To Open June 25 At Middle Wildlife Management Area, Lebanon County  [PaEN]

-- Four Revolutionary War Era Cannons Unearthed At Thomas P. Bentley Nature Preserve In Chester County  [PaEN]

-- Friends Of Allegheny Wilderness Advocates Cancellation Of Tracy Ridge Burn Project To Protect Bat  [PaEN]

-- Fast Company: Should We Protect Nature For Its Own Sake?  For Its Economic Value?  Because It Makes Us Happy?  Yes - By Bradley J. Cardinale, Penn State Ecosystem Science & Management

Visit the PA Environment Digest website to learn more.

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Going The WRONG WAY:

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[Posted: June 19, 2022]


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