Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Volunteers Needed In Delaware, Montgomery, Others For Master Watershed Stewards

The Penn State Delaware County Master Watershed Stewards training program is accepting applications for the class of 2017 until November 1.
Within the first year after classroom study, apprentices are required to volunteer 50 hours in the community.
Training sessions for selected candidates will be held one night each week at Penn State’s Brandywine campus beginning the week of Jan. 22 and ending before April 16.
Funding for the program has been provided by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection’s “Growing Greener” grant program.
Questions? or an application, contact Elizabeth Alakszay by sending email to: exa108@psu.edu with the subject line “2017 Master Watershed Training.”
The Penn State Master Watershed Stewards Program is also available in these counties: Berks, Bucks, Chester, Lackawanna, Lehigh, Luzerne, Monroe, Montgomery, Northampton, Philadelphia, Wyoming, and York.
Click Here to see the status of other counties seeking volunteers for 2017 training programs.
For more information on the program generally, and an application form, visit the Penn State Master Watershed Stewards Programs webpage.
If you live in the participating counties or would like to establish a program in your county, contact Erin Frederick at 610-391-9840 or send email to: elf145@psu.edu.
Delaware County Seeks Watershed Stewards

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