Monday, January 18, 2021

Feb. 3 Webinar: Managing Polluted Runoff In Southeastern PA

An increase in severe storms and heavier rainfall in southeastern Pennsylvania is causing major pollution in our waterways. With climate change getting worse and more severe storms predicted, we could see major problems with our region's drinking water unless we come together town by town and put green solutions in place. 

Join the webinar to get a better handle on the impacts that severe weather events have on our regions and steps our communities can take to adjust to this new normal. 

The webinar is cosponsored by Montgomery County Planning Commission, Sustainable Business Network, Darby Creek Valley Association, Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, Pennsylvania Resources Council, Pennypack Ecological Restoration Trust, Temple University, Villanova University, Wissahickon Trails

Click Here to register and for all the details.

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[Posted: January 18, 2021]  PA Environment Digest

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