Wednesday, March 29, 2017

March Catalyst Newsletter Now Available From Slippery Rock Watershed Coalition

The March issue of The Catalyst newsletter is now available from the Slippery Rock Watershed Coalition in Butler County featuring articles on--
-- A Picture-Perfect Prairie Improvement Day At Jennings Environmental Ed Center (photo)
-- The KIDS Catalyst: The Colors Of Spring
-- Undated Recycling Guide Now Available From Butler County
-- Note: The Catalyst will go all digital in April.  Use the link below to sign up.
-- Click Here to sign up for your own copy.
The Catalyst newsletter is distributed to over 1,200 individuals in over a dozen countries including: Brazil, Peru, South Korea, Mexico, England, Wales, Venezuela, South Africa, New Zealand, Australia and Germany.
For more information on programs, initiatives, upcoming events and volunteer opportunities, visit the Slippery Rock Watershed Coalition website.
Clean Creek Products
Looking for a unique 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.
Click Here to see a video on Clean Creek pottery.

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