Penn State Extension

10 Results

List Grid

Montgomery County Master Watershed Stewards assisting with native tree and shrub plantings at the Perkiomen Township Community Park. Photo courtesy of Erin Kinley, Penn State
Environmental Advisory Councils in Action - News News
The Penn State Extension Master Watershed Stewards will be hosting a special public presentation focusing on township and borough Environmental Advisory Councils (EACs). More
Thanksgiving 2011 by anjanettew CC BY-SA 2.0 flickr.com
Political Survival: How to Have Thanksgiving With Your Family - News News
These days it feels like even our most cherished family traditions are under attack. More
Main Entrance Basin (at right) – recently cut cattails and residual pickerelweed, June 2018 (Photo by Robert Pace)
Montgomery County Watershed Steward Explains Benefits of Stormwater Management - News News
Stormwater management solutions are in action in the Stony Creek Watershed in Montgomery County More
Volunteers getting ready to greet the public
How Well Do Your Volunteers Represent You? - Articles Articles
Your volunteers can be your best ambassadors – but it's up to you to encourage them. More
What's In It For Me? Farmers and Local Government
What's In It For Me? Farmers and Local Government - Videos Videos
This video explores the opportunities for farmers to have a voice in local government policies that affect their livelihood. More
Working with Volunteers
Working with Volunteers - Online Courses Online Courses

Working with Volunteers

4

3 hours

$89.00
In this online course, learn about strategies in volunteer management, recruitment, retention, and supervision to apply as you work with or manage volunteers. More
Getting Involved in Your Pennsylvania Local Government
Getting Involved in Your Pennsylvania Local Government - Online Courses Online Courses
$69.00
This online course will help you understand how Pennsylvania local governments work, explore ways you can become involved, and explain how to run for office. More
Lynn Betts, 2000 for NRCS
What Does Good Planning Look Like? - News News
Planners often ask ‘What should your community look like in 20 years’? More
High tunnel tomatoes. Photo: Elsa Sanchez
Sanitation When Transitioning High Tunnels - Articles Articles

Sanitation When Transitioning High Tunnels

Elsa Sanchez, Ph.D., Scott Diloreto

Sanitation practices limit resources pests need to survive, kill existing pests, and also minimize pests from spreading. More
What’s a board member to do?
What’s a board member to do? - Articles Articles
Being clear about expectations and roles is one way to keep board members involved. More