Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Help Penn State Extension Master Watershed Stewards Plan Future Programs

Penn State Master Watershed Steward program was established to educate and empower volunteers to protect environmental resources, and we need your feedback to better understand how we can meet the needs of you and your community.

Penn State Extension is dedicated to delivering research-based information and resources to serve you and your community. 

Please help us by taking our survey to tell us about the needs in your community regarding the conservation of natural resources.

Master Watershed Stewards work with the communities in Pennsylvania to improve the health of streams, rivers and other natural resources. 

Your input will help us understand how our stewards can better meet the needs in your community with in-person programs, publications, and online resources on the most essential current issues. 

We look forward to hearing from community members across the commonwealth with an interest in the conservation of natural resources.

We look forward to learning more about what we can do to assist you and help advance conservation in your community! 

To take Penn State Extension's Watershed Public Survey, Click Here.

The Master Watershed Steward Program is active in a growing number of counties, including-- Allegheny, Armstrong, Berks, Bucks, Chester, Dauphin, Delaware, Indiana, Lancaster, Lackawanna, Lebanon, Lehigh, Luzerne, Monroe, Montgomery, Northampton, Philadelphia, Westmoreland, Wyoming and York counties.

Contact them to find out more through your local Penn State Extension Office or learn more by visiting the Master Watershed Steward webpage.  Questions can be directed to Erin Frederick at 610-391-9840 or send email to:

(Photo: York County Master Watershed Stewards planting trees for riparian buffer.)

(Reprinted from Penn State Extension Oct. 21 Watershed Winds newsletter.  Click Here to sign up for your own copy.)

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[Posted: October 21, 2020]  PA Environment Digest

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