Water quality is agreeably an important topic among preppers. The Conewago Creek Initiative advocates water quality. The Penn State Water Resources Extension is offering a free webinar on the Conewago Creek Initiative: A Model for Community Watershed Engagement. The Conewago Creek Initiative has been working to increase watershed engagement. The group also works with farmers and landowners to promote land management practices which are designed to improve water quality. For more information on the Conewago Creek Initiative, visit www.conewagoinitiative.net .
How to participate?
The live webinar is scheduled to run noon to 1 p.m. Go to https://meeting.psu.edu/water1. Sign in as a “guest”. If this will be your first webinar, you may want to test your computer and internet connection for compatibility at: https://meeting.psu.edu/common/help/en/support/meeting_test.htm.
Matt Royer, Director of the Penn State Agriculture and Environment Center, will be the presenter. Royer’s background and training is in environmental law and policy with an emphasis on water quality law and policy. Before he joined PSU, Royer was the Pennsylvania Attorney for the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, steering committee member and chair of the stormwater workgroup for the Pennsylvania Campaign for Clean Water, and the assistant counsel for the state’s Department of Environmental Protection.
PSU will hold additional webinars on various water resources topics each month. A schedule of upcoming webinars can be found at: http://extension.psu.edu/water/webinar-series/schedule.
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