Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Susquehanna Land & Water Conservation Summit March 31, Penn State Harrisburg

This special event is designed to bring together individuals and organizations interested in improving water quality in the watershed of the Lower Susquehanna River in Dauphin, Cumberland, Lancaster, Lebanon and York counties.
Major elements of the Summit include--
-- Success Stories from the Region: Professionals from the Lower Susquehanna counties will present successful projects to the attendees that may be applicable to other areas within the region. Both agricultural and stormwater success stories will be shared and range from on-the-ground implementation BMPs to technical assistance provided.
-- County Representatives Panel: Representatives from Lebanon, Lancaster, Dauphin, Cumberland, and York counties' planning departments or conservation districts will address topics and field questions from the attendees. The panel will lend insight into how each county works toward specific conservation and permit goals as well as suggesting regional opportunities.
-- Land and Water Topic Roundtables: Discuss a range of topics with related professionals in the region. Topics will be determined as the conversation unfolds with the County Representatives Panel, and may include: Riparian Buffers, Ag BMPs, Stormwater, Source Water Protection, Maintenance, Green Development, Influencing Behaviors and Attitudes, and more.
-- Project Tracker Tool: The new Lower Susquehanna Conservation Project Tracker Tool will be showcased. The tool's multifunctional uses will be presented and attendees will learn how to gain access to the powerful tool, why it can be useful to them, and its capabilities.
Click Here to register for the Summit.  For more information, visit the Lower Susquehanna Land and Water Conservation Summit webpage.

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