Friday, October 19, 2018

POWR, PEC To Hold Regional Watershed Workshops In Butler, Lackawanna Counties

The PA Organization for Watersheds and Rivers and the PA Environmental Council will hold 2 more in their series of regional watershed workshops on November 7 in Scranton, Lackawanna County and November 14 in Cranberry, Butler County.
The workshops will provide opportunities for community watershed groups to gather and learn about resources and network with each other as well as provide organizational capacity training and hope to set a strong foundation for sustaining watershed conservation and restoration programs.
The gatherings will also help set the agenda for the next statewide conference of watershed organizations to be held on February 24-25 in State College.
The workshops will be held--
-- November 7: Lackawanna Heritage Valley Authority, 213 Railroad Avenue, Scranton, 9:30 to 2:00.  Click Here to register.  For more information, please contact Janet Sweeney, Vice President -PA Environmental Council at or 570-718-6507.
-- November 14: Cranberry Township Municipal Center, 2525 Rochester Road, Cranberry, 9:30 to 2:00.  Click Here to register.  For more information, please contact Marla Papernick, Program Manager - PA Environmental Council at or 412-481-9400.
Previous workshops were held on in Danville, Montour County; Carlisle, Cumberland County; and Doylestown, Bucks County.
For more information, visit POWR/PEC Regional Watershed Workshop Resources webpage.
Visit the PA Organization for Watersheds and Rivers website for information on watershed restoration, the PA River of the Year and annual Sojourn programs.
For more information on programs, initiatives and special events, visit the PA Environmental Council website, visit the PEC Blog, follow PEC on Twitter or Like PEC on Facebook.  Visit PEC’s Audio Room for the latest podcasts.  Click Here to receive regular updates from PEC.
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