Friday, September 23, 2016

Annual Westminster College Student Symposium On The Environment Dec. 1

Come one, come all! Come to the Annual Student Symposium on the Environment December 1 at Westminster College in New Wilmington, Lawrence County.  Applications for student presentations are now being accepted.
Join the Slippery Rock Watershed Coalition, environmental professionals, educators, and watershed organizations for an evening at Westminster College showcasing student research and creative works.
The Student Symposium on the Environment is held each December to highlight environmental study, research, artistic expression, and service work by students in the region.  Students from all disciplines, ranging from high school through graduate school, are encouraged to participate.
Research posters, art work, oral presentations, and even performances will be showcased for all interested in learning about and celebrating students’ accomplishments.
Student Applications
The SRWC is now accepting applications for student presentations.   Please contact Cliff Denholm at 724-776-0161 if you would like to present at the Student Symposium. SRWC looks forward to seeing the always-excellent presentations by our area’s many talented young people!
For more information on programs, initiatives, upcoming events and volunteer opportunities, visit the Slippery Rock Watershed Coalition website.  Click Here to sign up for your own copy of The Catalyst newsletter.
Clean Creek Products
Looking for a holiday gift that will please the most discriminating taste and help the environment? Consider pottery products from Clean Creek.
Clean Creek Products, a division of Stream Restoration Inc., a nonprofit watershed restoration organization, was formed to market the metals recovered in treating abandoned mine drainage.  One of the uses for these metals is in ceramic pottery glazing.
Every product you purchase from Clean Creek will not only support the artists that create them, but also helps support watershed groups doing local projects to help restore Pennsylvania's over 16,500 miles of polluted waterways.

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