Sunday, July 24, 2022

Environment & Energy Educational Opportunities For Students & Adults

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

-- Special Feature - 20th Anniversary Of Quecreek Mine Rescue Celebrated In Somerset County [PaEN]

-- Environmental Health Project, HealthFirstPA Webinar: PA's Shale Gas Boom: How PA Failed To Protect Public Health And What We Can Do To Correct It Now Available On Demand  [PaEN] 

-- Pittsburgh Business Times: Environmental Health Project: PA Should Prioritize Public Health Over Natural Gas Drilling

-- PPL Foundation Scholarships Support Next Generation Of Leaders, STEM Education

-- TribLive: ‘Everything Water’: Jacobs Creek Watershed Assn. Hosts 5th Headwaters Party July 23

-- July DCNR State Parks Environmental Ed Newsletter Highlights New Ecology Education Standards; Educator Training Opportunities & Activities  [PaEN]

-- Villanova Urban Stormwater Partnership Stormwater Management Symposium Oct. 12-13  [PaEN]

-- Call For Presenters, Sponsors For 2022 PSATS Regional Stormwater Conference Workshops  [PaEN]

-- PA Assn. Of Environmental Professionals: 2022 Annual Conference Oct. 5-7, Sponsorships, Exhibit Space Available

-- Students Bring International Focus To Pittsburgh's High-Performance, Energy Efficient Building Design [PaEN]

-- PUC Urges Consumers To Be Alert For Energy Marketing Scams 

-- The Sentinel: Dickinson College Plans $1.5 Million Project To Convert Waste Into Biogas For Cooking And Heating

-- Cumberland County Master Gardeners: Planting a Butterfly Friendly Garden Talk At Two Mile House, Carlisle Aug. 4  [PaEN]

-- Middle Susquehanna RiverKeeper: Floating Classroom Covers Mining Heritage And Acid Mine Drainage Issues

-- MCall: Lehigh Valley School Districts Create Outdoor Classrooms

-- Lehigh Valley Wildlands Conservancy: Beat The Heat With Summer Programs At The Conservancy! 

-- York Dispatch: PennDOT Scraps Part Of Plan To Reduce Mayfly Swarm: ‘Like An Ancient Plague’

-- TribLive: Murrysville Monarchs Fly Free As Delmont Library Prepares For July 30 Release Party

-- TribLive: Free Science-Based Children’s Program On Tap At Vandergrift Public Library

-- Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful Seeking Volunteer Waterway Stewards To Reduce Litter  [PaEN]

-- Keep PA Beautiful Newsletter: New Waterway Stewards, Young Ambassadors Programs; Healing The Planet Grants, Cigarette Litter Prevention, More!

-- LancasterOnline - Ad Crable: Snorkel Backyard Streams To Discover Underwater Spectacles

-- TribLive: 35-Unit Rachel Carson EcoVillage On Chatham University Eden Hall Campus OK’d By Richland Officials

-- WITF: Penn State: Changing Fuel For Cement Kilns Could Cut CO2 Emission, But Cost Is An Obstacle

-- MCall/Reading Eagle: Rodale Institute Celebrates $3 Million State Grant For A New Science Center

-- Western PA Conservancy: Fallingwater Soirée August 13 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.

-- WeConservePA 2-Part Lawn Conversion And Green Infrastructure Why & How Webinars   [PaEN]

-- WeConservePA Drones And Conservation Work Webinar Sept. 29

-- October 22-- WeConservePA Environmental Advisory Council Fall Gathering. Haverford Community & Environmental Center, Delaware County.

-- PennLive - Marcus Schneck: How To Avoid The Stingers And Biters Of Summer, And Deal With Them If You Can’t

-- USGS Pennsylvania Water Science Center Summer Newsletter Now Available [PaEN]

-- WLVR: One Year Later, Researchers Still Don’t Know What Killed Hundreds Of Songbirds Last Summer In PA

-- Ned Smith Center For Nature & Arts: July 30 Nature & Arts Festival In Millersburg, Dauphin County

-- July 30-- Celebrate The Bloom! At The Only Prairie In PA Featuring The Blazing Star. Jennings Environmental Center, Butler County.

-- PennLive - Marcus Schneck: Susquehanna River Among Waterways Targeted As U.S.G.S. Takes Closer Look At Blotchy Bass Syndrome 

-- Centre Daily Times: Eagle Scout Project Makes Centre County Wetlands Accessible

-- Bay Journal: Deer Caught In The Crosshairs As Their Population Grows In Chesapeake Bay Watershed - Ad Crable, Chesapeake Bay Journal

-- Williamsport Sun - Julie Cramer-Le: A Little Spite Helped Turn Bird Watching Into A Passionate Hobby

-- York Daily Record: Purple Martin Colony Thrives At Mark’s Harness Shop 

-- TribLive: New Kensington Native To Patrol Ohio River As Part Of Fish & Boat Commission’s Newest Officer Class

-- Warren Times: Book Tells Of Life As Fish & Boat Law Enforcement Officer

-- PennLive - Marcus Schneck: Original U.S. ‘Murder Hornet’ Nest Highlights Smithsonian ‘People And Nature’ Exhibit

-- WPSU: PA Is Tracking Wild Turkeys By GPS To Find Out Why Populations Are Declining

-- Game Commission Seeking Public’s Assistance In Wild Turkey Survey

-- Williamsport Sun - Bill Bower: Reflections In Nature - There Are Many Species Of Brambles

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

Visit DEP’s Teaching Green webpage to learn about more environmental education resources.

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

[Posted:  July 24, 2022]  PA Environment Digest

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