Sunday, March 27, 2022

Environment & Energy Educational Opportunities For Students & Adults

Opportunities to learn more about environmental and energy issues affecting Pennsylvania for students and adults--

-- PA American Water Revamps Workforce Readiness To Include Summer Internships, Stream Of Learning Scholarships  [PaEN]

-- DEP Promotes Environmental Education, Showcases Riverbend Environmental Education Center In Montgomery County  [PaEN]

-- Feature- Remembering March 28, 1979 At The Three Mile Island Nuclear Power Plant - The Accident No One Thought Would Happen  [PaEN]

-- Pasa Sustainable Agriculture Hosts March 29 Virtual New Soil Health Tools, Insights & Opportunities For Experienced Farmers Program  [PaEN]

-- Washington & Jefferson College Hosts March 30 Webinar On Two Approaches To Reducing Natural Gas Methane Emissions  [PaEN]

-- PA Sea Grant Hosts April 8 Webinar On Mapping Bluff Erosion Potential On The PA Coast Of Lake Erie  [PaEN]

-- April 11 Chester County Water Resources Authority Municipal Stormwater Summit.  Chester County Government Services Center, West Chester.  1:00 to 3:30 p.m.

-- Brandywine Conservancy Webinar April 13 On Uncovering Secrets Of The Forest With Tom Wessels, Author Of ‘Forest Forensics: A Field Guide To Reading The Forested Landscape’. 7:00 p.m. 

-- Dept. Of Health Hosts 2 Virtual Focus Groups In April To Learn More About Private Well Water Use In PA [PaEN]

-- The Sentinel: Snyder Conservation District Sets April 18 Soil Health Field Day In Selinsgrove

-- PA Lake Erie Virtual Environmental Forum April 19 - PFAS Chemical Contamination [PaEN]

-- Penn State College Of Agriculture April 20 Webinar - Follow The Carbon: Re-Envisioning The Bioeconomy [PaEN]

-- Delaware County Hosting First Sustainability Conference April 21 In Chester  [PaEN]

-- Sustainable Pittsburgh: April 27 Webinar: Tapping Opportunities In The Circular Economy  [PaEN]

-- WeConservePA April 27 Webinar - Updating The Conservation Status Of Rare & Endangered Plants In PA  [PaEN]

-- PA Environmental Council, Partners Host Wild & Scenic Film Festival April 28 For In-Person Experience At Loyalhanna Watershed Assn., Westmoreland County 

-- PA Sustainable Agriculture, Partners Launch New Dairy Grazing Project To Improve Herds, Soil Health, Water Quality In Chesapeake Bay Watershed  [PaEN]

-- Wildlands Conservancy Accepting Registrations For Lehigh River Sojourn June 11 & 12

-- North American Manure Expo To Feature Stream Tour July 13-14 In Franklin County [PaEN]

-- Pennsylvania No-Till Alliance Invites Farmers To Participate In Cover Crop Research; Upcoming Field Days In July; Farm Planting Guides  [PaEN]

-- Stroud Water Research Center: Some Insights On Reforestation Methods - By David Wise

-- 6th Oil/Natural Gas Shock: U.S. - European Commission Agreement Calls For Reducing Demand For All Natural Gas And Accelerating Deployment Of Clean Energy Measures

-- Stroud Water Research Center Scientist Testifies On Threats Of Road Salt To Fresh Water

-- Master Watershed Stewards: A Reawakening - Spring Ephemeral Wildflowers Near Streams [PaEN]

-- Penn State Center Pittsburgh Offers Program In Green Stormwater Infrastructure  [PaEN]

-- LancasterOnline - Sean Sauro: Volunteer Water Testers Aim To Create Countywide Record Of Streams’ Impairment, Improvement In Lancaster County 

-- Reading Eagle: Conservationists Celebrate Women Who Helped Build, Maintain Appalachian Trail At Bingaman Nature Center

-- Warren Times: U.S. Forest Service Forest To Faucets 2.0 Demonstrates Link Between Allegheny National Forest And Clean Water

-- Stroud Water Research Center: Watershed On Wheels Makes Splash At World Water Day Event  [PaEN]

-- Rodale Institute Blog: It Takes A Village To Tend A Watershed - World Water Day 

-- Rodale Institute: Read, Set, Grow!  I Pledge To Grow Clean Water

-- PennLive - Paul Weigel: How To Garden In The ‘New Normal’ That Climate Change Is Bringing

-- PennLive - Marcus Schneck: Mentored Youth Trout Day March 27, Everything You Need To Know

-- Republican Herald: Youth Fishing Day Draws Hundreds Of Young Anglers To Sweet Arrow Lake

-- Republican Herald - Doyle Dietz: Schuylkill Headwaters Button Program Continues To Enhance Trout Stocking  

-- Hawk Mountain Sanctuary Spring Migration, Raptorthon, Weekend Programs April 1 - May 15  [PaEN]

-- TribLive - Mary Ann Thomas: Third Eaglet In Hays Nest Keeping Mom And Day Busy Finding Food

-- PennLive - Marcus Schneck: Timeline For Hummingbird Arrival In PA, How You Can Attract Them To Your Garden

-- PA Parks & Forests Foundation Blog: How To Give Birds Help On Their Long Journey Home

-- PennLive - Marcus Schneck: Pandemic Surge In First-Time Boat Owners Leads To Surge In Online Training

-- PA Environmental Council Blog: Vernal Pool Party

-- PennLive - Marcus Schneck: After Last Year’s Cicada Invasion, What Should We Expect This Year?

-- Republican Herald: Schuylkill County Conservancy Treats Mahanoy Area Students To Live Reptile Show

-- Stroud Water Research Center: Making Virtual Waves In Watershed STEM Education

-- Stroud Water Research Center: Where Passion Meets Purpose: Myriah Wadley On Environmental Science & Education

-- Stroud Water Research Center: Latest UpStream Newsletter

-- Wildlands Conservancy 2022 Summer Camp Registration Now Open

-- Brodhead Watershed Assn. Highlights Upcoming Events In Monroe County

-- Lehigh Valley-Based Wildlands Conservancy Highlights Activities Coming Up In April

-- Warren Times: Conservation District Hosting ‘Bobbers And Buddies’ Event At Hatch Run Conservation Demonstration Area April 22

-- DCNR Warns Of High Wildfire Danger As Seasonal Risk Increases [PaEN]

-- Pottstown Mercury - Letter: Wildlife Corridors Prevent Collisions With Vehicles

-- NextPittsburgh: 3 Women Entrepreneurs Want To Help Pittsburgh Gardeners Create An Outdoor Oasis

-- The Pitt News: Students Fight Environmental Injustice In Pittsburgh Through Advocacy Project

--CentreDT: Penn State Trash To Treasure Program Ending, Here’s What Will Happen With Students’ Unwanted Items

-- Water Center At University Of Pennsylvania: March 23 Webinar On Building Relationships Around Infrastructure Funding For Southwest PA.  Noon.

-- MCall: Allergy Season Getting Longer And Pollen Counts Are Higher, Studies Show

-- SEEDS & Nature’s Grace Deli To Host Hempcrete Workshop May 12-16 In Wayne County

-- The Guardian: 500 Academics Liken Fossil-Energy Funding Of Climate Solutions To Tobacco Industry Disinformation [Penn State’s Prof. Michael Mann]

Visit the PA Parks & Forests Foundation’s Events webpage and DCNR’s Calendar of Events for activities happening near you.

Visit the PA Environment Digest Calendar Of Events for more opportunities.

[Posted: March 27, 2022]  PA Environment Digest

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