Information on drinking and residential water quality, including well and septic system management, drilling a well, protecting groundwater and managing your restored wetland. Tips on teaching water quality stewardship and lead in drinking water.
The day-long symposium will be held on May 8, and will provide a forum for exchanging information on and promoting protection of groundwater resources.
True or false questions about the Role of Water in Shale Gas Drilling in relation to the video.
Jodi Sulpizio was recently hired as the Natural Resources Educator/Gypsy Moth Program Coordinator for Penn State Extension in York County.
The MWON online course trains volunteers to teach about safe drinking water and the proper management of private water wells, springs, and cisterns.
Andy Yencha is a new Water Resources Extension Educator based in Cumberland County.
Dr. Susan Brantley from Penn State presents resources available from an online shared compilation of water quality information from watershed groups, agencies and institutes of higher learning.
Dr. Charlie Abdalla describes a study done in several PA communities near shale gas drilling with the potential to impact their water supply.
Charles Abdalla, Renata Rimsaiteate, and Allan Collins present a study of public water suppliers in PA and WV that have sold water to shale gas companies.
Acid rain and acid mine drainage have polluted thousands of miles of Pennsylvania streams with acid water. This publication explains the chemistry of streams and treatment objections and guidelines.
The Conservation Service Organization of the Year award was presented to an outstanding citizen-science group.