Penn State Master Gardeners and Master Watershed Stewards will guide you through the process of constructing your own, fully functioning rain barrel.
Understand and protect your water supply and septic systems! Penn State Extension offers a variety of workshops that will provide information on protecting, testing, and treating private water supplies as well as workshops that will discuss septic system inspection and maintenance. This workshops is Free, but Pre-registration is required.
The June Water Webinar will be held in the fourth week of June. The topic will be "Irrigation Water Characteristics in Pennsylvania" by Amy Galford, Penn State Extension.
Wholesale nursery growers and garden center employees, spend a morning at Rockelman’s Heritage Tree Farm learning how to identify ornamental plant pests and problems, along with various management strategies.
Ponds and lakes are a common feature of the landscape of the Poconos and provide a source of enjoyment for many landowners. Although they occur naturally in this area, many have been constructed for a variety of purposes.
The August Water Webinar will be held in the fourth week of August. The topic will be "Drinking Water Education for Youth Audiences" by Susan Boser, Penn State Extension.
The September Water Webinar will be held in the fourth week of August. The topic will be "Unveiling Penn State Extension's New 4-H Stormwater Experiment - Rain to Drain, Slow the Flow" by Jennifer Fetter, Penn State Extension
The October Water Webinar will held in the fourth week of October. The topic will be "Reactive transport modeling as a powerful tool for understanding and predicting transport and fate of contaminants in natural waters" by Li Li, Department of Energy and Mineral Engineering, Penn State.