Jennifer Fetter from Penn State Extension discusses the new "Rain to Drain - Slow the Flow" curricula. This fun, engaging, hands-on experiment and activity walks learners through the basics of stormwater and how it moves.
This webinar discusses practices that homeowners can implement to protect groundwater including private water wells and springs.
Penn State Extension Water resources Educator, Susan Boser, highlights extension water resources available and designed to be used with youth audiences.
Penn State Agricultural and Environmental Economics Professor, Dr. Jim Shortle, explains water quality trading, what it is, and who does it.
Erin Frederick with Penn State Extension in Lehigh-Northampton Counties and Jim Wilson with the Northampton County Conservation District describe the new Master Watershed Steward program that is being piloted in southeast Pennsylvania.
Bryan Swistock and Jim Clark from Penn State Extension discuss various ways that individuals can protect Pennsylvania groundwater using management practices.
Dr. Rachel Brennan from the Department of Civil Engineering at Penn State talks about Endocrine Disrupting Compounds and how they can be removed using new technologies.
Dr. Tess Russo from the Geoscience Department at Penn State discusses a study of trends in groundwater across the United States and climate correlations.
Penn State Department of Meteorology lecturer, Paul Knight, examines trends in precipitation based on past data and data projections that will affect weather patterns in Pennsylvania.
Melissa Hess, Senior Project Manager for URS, discusses green infrastructure projects installed in communities that are both beautiful and functional.
Dr. Luke LaBorde from the Penn State Department of Food Science discusses water quality as it relates to food safety.
Sarah Whitney and Sara Stahlman
Dr. Jim Shortle, a professor of Agriculture and Environmental Economics at Penn State, discusses the economic costs associated with plans to restore the Chesapeake Bay.
Diane Oleson from Penn State Extension in York County and Jim Clark from Penn State Extension in McKean County discuss results from a study of several dozen roadside springs in Pennsylvania.
Dr. Susan Brantley
Dr. Elizabeth Boyer from the Penn State Department of Ecosystem Science and Management, presents results of atmospheric deposition research.
Charles Abdalla, Renata Rimsaite and Alan Collins
Penn State Extension Water Resources Educator, Susan Boser, discusses the West Nile Virus.
Seth Pelepko from the PA Department of Environmental Protection, Bureau of Oil and Gas Planning and Program Management, discusses using a statistical model to explain the variability of methane levels occurring in groundwater.
Jim Clark from Penn State Extension in McKean County explains the results of a study of groundwater in northcentral PA as it relates to shale gas drilling.
Bryan Swistock, Extension Specialist in Water Resources, looks at how shale gas drilling relates to private water supplies and the potential impacts.
Dr. Charlie Abdalla, professor of Ag and Environmental Economics at PSU, describes a study done in several PA communities near shale gas drilling with the potential to impact their water supply.
Tom Christopherson from the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services discusses the results from a study of grout used to seal water wells.
Susan Boser from Penn State Extension in Beaver County explains how to interpret results from water testing.
Jim Clark from Penn State Extension in McKean County introduces the Triple Divide Watershed Coalition and it's efforts toward Source Water Protection in northcentral PA.
The original taped webinar on this study was removed based on a laboratory error affecting some bromide data. The revised final report for the study is available at the link below.
Penn State Extension Water Resources Educator, Dana Rizzo, outlines the uses of rain barrels and rain gardens in stormwater management.
Dr. Tom McCarty from Penn State Extension in Cumberland County discusses the various types of drinking water treatment devices.
Penn State Extension Urban Forester, Vinnie Cotrone, reveals the role of forested landscapes and trees in particular in stormwater management and pollution mitigation.
Jim Clark from Penn State Extension in McKean County discusses how to protect water quality from pharmaceutical contamination.
Dave Yoxtheimer, Extension Associate in Earth and Mineral Sciences discusses the management of both freshwater and wastewater related to shale gas drilling operations.
Dr. Charles Abdalla, an Agriculture and Economics professor at Penn State, discusses the basics of River Basin Commissions in Pennsylvania.
Bryan Swistock, Extension Specialist, and Jim Clark, Extension Water Resource Educator help you understand complex test reports from water testing laboratories.
Diane Oleson from Penn State Extension discusses best management practices for aquatic invasive species.
Information on how to site, construct and maintain an on-lot septic system.
Peter Wulfhorst from Penn State Extension in Pike County discusses how to properly manage a private water well, spring or cistern.
Susan Boser from Penn State Extension explains the aspects of good pond management.