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A private water well in central PA.
Lessons from Over 30 Years of Water Well Research and Outreach in Pennsylvania - Webinars Webinars
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Private water wells and springs are vital to the rural water infrastructure in Pennsylvania providing drinking water to approximately three million rural residents and farms. More
Buying a Home with a Private Well and Septic System
Buying a Home with a Private Well and Septic System - Webinars Webinars
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Amy Galford, a water resources educator, discusses specific issues associated with inspections of water wells and septic systems when buying or selling rural homes and farms. More
Saving Money and Septic Systems Through Water Conservation
Saving Money and Septic Systems Through Water Conservation - Webinars Webinars
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This webinar discusses the amount of water and money that could be saved by installing water-conserving devices and adopting water-conserving habits. More
Individual Actions to Protect Pennsylvania Groundwater
Individual Actions to Protect Pennsylvania Groundwater - Webinars Webinars
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Penn State Extension educators discuss various ways that individuals can protect Pennsylvania groundwater using management practices. More
Safe Drinking Water Clinic
Safe Drinking Water Clinic - Webinars Webinars
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Peter Wulfhorst from Penn State Extension in Pike County discusses how to properly manage a private water well, spring or cistern. More
Groundwater and Enteric Disease in Wells in Pennsylvania
Groundwater and Enteric Disease in Wells in Pennsylvania - Webinars Webinars
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Approximately 3 million people in Pennsylvania rely on private wells but groundwater is not ubiquitously free of chemical and/or microbial contaminants. More
Lead in Drinking Water from Private Wells, Springs and Cisterns
Lead in Drinking Water from Private Wells, Springs and Cisterns - Webinars Webinars
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Penn State Extension Specialist Bryan Swistock provides a webinar focusing on lead issues in private drinking water supplies. More
Pharmaceuticals and Their Disposal to Protect Water Quality
Pharmaceuticals and Their Disposal to Protect Water Quality - Webinars Webinars
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Jim Clark from Penn State Extension in McKean County discusses how to protect water quality from pharmaceutical contamination. More
Household Water Treatment Systems
Household Water Treatment Systems - Webinars Webinars
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Dr. Tom McCarty from Penn State Extension in Cumberland County discusses the various types of drinking water treatment devices. More
The Virginia Household Water Quality Program
The Virginia Household Water Quality Program - Webinars Webinars
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This webinar provides an overview of a Virginia Cooperative Extension program, the Virginia Household Water Quality Program (VAHWQP). More
Regression Models to Explain Naturally Occurring Methane
Regression Models to Explain Naturally Occurring Methane - Webinars Webinars
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Seth Pelepko from the PA DEP discusses using a statistical model to explain the variability of methane levels occurring in groundwater. More
A Study of Roadside Springs in Pennsylvania
A Study of Roadside Springs in Pennsylvania - Webinars Webinars
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Extension educators discuss results from a study of several dozen roadside springs in Pennsylvania. More
A Study of Pre-Drilling Water Quality in 700 Wells and Springs
A Study of Pre-Drilling Water Quality in 700 Wells and Springs - Webinars Webinars
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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. More
Groundwater and Climate Connections in the US, 1949-2009
Groundwater and Climate Connections in the US, 1949-2009 - Webinars Webinars
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Dr. Tess Russo from Penn State discusses a study of trends in groundwater across the United States and climate correlations. More
An Update to Gas Well Drilling and Your Private Water Supply
An Update to Gas Well Drilling and Your Private Water Supply - Webinars Webinars
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Bryan Swistock from Penn State looks at how shale gas drilling relates to private water supplies and the potential impacts. More
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