Thursday, June 21, 2018

Capital RC&D, South Mountain Partnership Invite Ideas On Watershed Programs In Southcentral PA

Recognizing that clean and abundant water is an important resource for human health, the ecosystem, and the economy, Capital RC&D and the South Mountain Partnership recently applied for an received a grant from the Chesapeake Bay Funders Network to coordinate a handful of educational workshops and trainings related to watershed health for 2018 and early 2019.
These events will support the work of watershed groups, municipalities, and other organizations working on water issues across Southcentral Pennsylvania-- Adams, Franklin, Cumberland, York, Lancaster and Dauphin counties in particular.
These organizations recently partnered with the PA Environmental Council, ALLARM, and the PA Organization for Watersheds and Rivers (POWR) to host a one-day workshop at Dickinson College in Carlisle to bring together dozens of watershed organizations, government agencies, and others in Southcentral PA to share success stories, learn about new resources, and gain insight on emerging technologies for watershed restoration and monitoring.
Building on the success of that workshop, and in order to make future events as beneficial as possible, Capital RC&D and the South Mountain Partnership are looking for input from potential attendees.
Online Survey
By July 1, please take a few minutes to complete the online survey and let them know the topics and types of trainings that would be valuable to your organization.
You can also submit your contact information online so that you receive future notifications about the events.
Visit the Capital RC&D and the South Mountain Partnership websites for more information on programs, initiatives and upcoming events.

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