Saturday, May 14, 2022

May 18 Webinar: Learn More About Funding The Growing Greener Program For The Next Generation

Five environmental organizations are hosting a
May 18 webinar on Funding The Growing Greener Program for the Next Generation from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m.

Roughly a third of Pennsylvania's waterways are too polluted for swimming or eating fish that are caught.  [Read more here.]

With a problem of that scale, we need programs that are going to meet those challenges -- and the Growing Greener program can do that. 

This state program has funded streamwide tree plantings, addressed acid mine drainage, and given farmers the training and tools to keep significant levels of pollutants out of our water. 

Join us to learn more about one of the least-known and most important conservation programs in PA! 

We will highlight projects throughout the state that were made possible by Growing Greener and catch you up on a new opportunity to keep this program funded for years to come.

The event sponsors include the Conservation Voters of PA, PennFuture, Wissahickon Trails, Tookany/Tacony/Frankford Watershed Partnership and the Scrubgrass Creek Watershed Association.

Click Here to register and for more information.

Resource Link:

-- Growing Greener Coalition: Act Now To Advocate For Growing Greener III

Related Articles:

-- Two Bipartisan Bills Just Sitting In Senate Waiting To Address Record Number Of Water Quality Impaired Streams Reported In 2022

-- WeConservePA Urges General Assembly, Gov. Wolf To Boost Conservation Investments - There Has Never Been A Better Time

-- DCNR: Never Been A Better Time To Invest In State Park, Forest Infrastructure Improvements, Local Conservation Projects

-- April State Revenues Highest Ever Collected - $1.8 Billion Higher Than Estimates; Never Been A Better Time To Invest In Local Conservation Projects

[Posted: May 15, 2022]  PA Environment Digest

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