Sunday, February 20, 2022

42 New Stories - REAL Environmental & Conservation Leadership In PA

Here are 42 new stories in the
PA Environment Digest about individuals, groups, local governments, farmers, businesses, watershed groups and many more working all across Pennsylvania to restore and protect the environment and show others the beauty that surrounds us.

Thank you for your leadership!

-- Growing Greener Coalition: Action Needed On Bipartisan Growing Greener III Proposals To Address Critical Water Quality, Recreation, Green Infrastructure Needs [PaEN]


-- DCNR Discusses Infrastructure Needs At Gifford Pinchot State Park, All State Parks & Forests  [PaEN]


-- WHYY: PA State Parks, Forests Need More Than $1.4 Billion In Infrastructure Repairs


-- PA Cap-Star: ‘We’re Almost At A Crisis Point’: DCNR Reiterates $1.4 Billion In Infrastructure Needs At State Parks, Forests 


-- The Allegheny Front: Outdoor Recreation In PA Just Got A New Champion


-- Bay Journal: Billions On The Way From Feds To Attack Abandoned Coal Mine Problems - #1 Water Pollution Problem In PA - By Ad Crable  [PaEN]


-- AP: Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Provides $1 Billion For Great Lakes Cleanup


-- New Chesapeake Bay Foundation Report Details Farming Practices That Cut Pollution, Fight Climate Change  [PaEN]


-- Public News Service: Regenerative Farming Can Help PA Reach Water Pollution Reduction Goals

-- PA Environmental Council Podcast: Do Unto Those Downstream - Interfaith Partners For The Chesapeake  [PaEN]


-- Susquehanna River Basin Commission’s New StoryMap Showcases Water Quality Monitoring System  [PaEN]


-- USGS Video: Nitrogen In The Chesapeake Bay Watershed - A Century Of Change


-- YorkDR Letter: Pro-Life Means Supporting The Environment


-- StateImpactPA - Rachel McDevitt: Jo Ellen Litz, Past President Of Swatara Watershed Assn. Reflects On 30 Years Of Service


-- Sheetz Convenience Stores/Gas Stations Invest In Solar Energy To Power 70% Of Its Pennsylvania Facilities  [PaEN]


-- Takeaways From PA State Grange Program On Solar Energy Generation And Farming  [PaEN]


-- 8th Annual PA Renewable Energy Summit March 14-15 In Harrisburg [PaEN]


-- DEP Hosts 3 Energy Resiliency Webinars For Businesses On Improving Onsite Generation & Storage March 3, 9, 15  [PaEN]

-- Inquirer: Electric School Buses Coming To Philly School District, Which Plans To Replace Its Diesel Fleet In 10 Years


-- WHYY: Philly Couple Wrote A Children’s Book To Help Parents Have ‘The Climate Talk’


-- EnergyWire: FERC to Consider Climate Impacts For New Natural Gas Pipeline Projects

-- TribLive: Western PA Residents Look To Preserve Region’s Mining History

-- Penn State Awarded NIOSH Grant To Study Techniques To Reduce, Eliminate Toxicity Of Coal Mine Dust


-- PG - Laura Legere: Ask Me About - How Building A Compost Business Meant Falling In Live With Worms 


-- YorkDR: Brian Whipkey: Fish & Boat Commission Creates Public Access To Private Stream Corridors In PA


-- WBTimes Editorial: Farm Preservation Is Self-Preservation


-- Pennsylvania Envirothon Goes Hybrid In 2022!  [PaEN]


-- PA Council Of Professional Geologists Accepting Entries For Student Research Poster Competition [Due March 16]  [PaEN]


-- ​​PA American Water Now Accepting Entries To Protect Our Watershed Student Art Contest [PaEN]


-- Alliance For Watershed Education Of The Delaware River Seeks Delaware Watershed Fellows


-- Community Advocate: Girl Scouts To Help Build Pollinator Garden At Shrewsbury’s Dean Park In York County  


-- WHYY: Cobbs Creek School To Transform Asphalt Lot Into Green Space In Philadelphia


-- ReadingE: Reading Science Center Exhibit Aimed At Encouraging Girls To Pursue Science


-- Jennings Environmental Education Center Hosts Feb. 26 Cherry Pie Hike To Commemorate Washington’s Birthday & 1753 Journey Thru The Region  [PaEN]


-- AltoonaM: Dan Beyer Makes Most Of Winter Grooming Of Ghost Town Trail


-- Republican Herald: Hazleton Partnership Discusses Trail Repairs, Extension To Eckley Miners Village


-- The Allegheny Front: An Indigenous Scientist Wants Us To Look At Conservation Differently


-- ABC27: Nature Exploration Meets Conservation In Galapagos And PA

-- Penn State: World’s First Gene Editing Tools For Ticks May Help Decrease Tick-Borne Diseases


-- Republican Herald - Tyler Frantz: Wood Duck Boxes Support And Protect Cavity Nesters 

-- Interns Wanted: DEP Offering Paid Summer Internship Positions  


-- Interns Wanted: DCNR Offering Paid Summer Internship Positions 

Visit the PA Environment Digest website to learn more.

Going The RIGHT WAY:

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Going The WRONG WAY:

-- This Week’s Examples Of Going The WRONG WAY On Environmental, Energy Issues  

[Posted: February 20, 2022]

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