Who should consider being a Master Well Owner and why volunteer?
Each volunteer will receive the following:
- A private water system handbook with background materials and educational resources.
- A quarterly newsletter with news and information on groundwater, water supply management and other important issues.
- Access to tabletop displays, fact sheets, presentations, experts, and other resources to assist with public education about proper water supply management.
- An invitation to the annual Summer Field Conference sponsored by Pennsylvania Groundwater Association. This conference will serve as further professional development for the trained volunteers.
Expectations for the Master Well Owner Program
Anyone that would like to be a Master Well Owner must do the following:
- Attend a local one-day training workshop (on a Saturday) or the online training course.
- After training, each Master Well Owner must provide general education about
management of private water systems to at least 100 people over a two year
period of time. Several methods of accomplishing this task will be outlined at
the training workshop.
- Each Master Well Owner must submit a simple one-page summary annually to the Master Well Owner Project Coordinator, Stephanie Clemens. This summary should detail the type of education and outreach activity that each Master Well Owner has participated in throughout the year.