Monday, December 30, 2013

Registration Now Open For Schuylkill Watershed Congress On March 15

The Schuylkill Watershed Congress is a an annual gathering of citizens interested in watershed protection and restoration which this year will be held on March 15 at the Montgomery County Community College campus in Pottstown.
The 2014 Watershed Congress program kicks off with a keynote panel presented by staff of the William Penn Foundation who will be speaking about the Foundation's Delaware River Watershed Protection Grant Program.
Concurrent sessions for the upcoming program include presentations on the Schuylkill River water trail, abandoned mine drainage, invasive rock snot, habitat restoration, green construction, native meadow management, rain barrels and rain gardens, living with flood plains, watershed education, and much more.
Registration fees start at $40 (covers participation in Saturday’s program, Saturday morning’s refreshments, and lunch).
For more information and to register, visit the Schuylkill Watershed Congress webpage.

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