Penn State Extension is looking for individuals and organizations interested in being part of the 2018 Dive Deeper – Youth Water Educators Summit to be held September 20, in Harrisburg.
Jodi Sulpizio was recently hired as the Natural Resources Educator/Gypsy Moth Program Coordinator for Penn State Extension in York County.
The Penn State Extension Dive Deeper Summit was awarded as a program of excellence at the national level.
Andy Yencha is a new Water Resources Extension Educator based in Cumberland County.
Heather McKean is the new Water Resources Extension Educator based in McKean County.
A new online resource called WikiWatershed can help anyone working to improve their watershed by analyzing land use, stormwater and other impacts to make important watershed decisions.
Installation of stream-side riparian buffers help to improve water quality on a horse farm.
In the spring of 2017, ninth graders at Harrisburg High School were starting something new with Penn State Extension- embarking on an in-depth look at water quality issues in their community.
The Conservation Service Organization of the Year award was presented to an outstanding citizen-science group.
Students from Winchester Thurston School are learning how to help their school pond.
Highlighting accomplishments of Penn State's Master Well Owner Network over the past program year.
Approximately one million rural homes and farms across Pennsylvania utilize private wells for drinking water and onlot septic systems for wastewater disposal.
During the warm weather months, Extension Educators help identify nuisance pond plants and offer advice on eliminating them from the pond.