Friday, September 29, 2023

Save The Date: Keystone Coldwater Conference Feb. 23-24 In State College

PA Council of Trout Unlimited will again host the biennial Keystone Coldwater Conference in collaboration with the PA Chapter of the American Fisheries Society February 23-24 the Ramada Inn Conference Center in State College.

The theme for this year is Priority Waters - Identifying Coldwater Priorities and Enhancing Conservation Outcomes Across Pennsylvania.

Each year, the conference provides an opportunity for grassroots conservation organizations, environmental professionals, college faculty, staff, and students to share ideas, concepts, and network in order to protect, conserve, and restore Pennsylvania's coldwater resources. 

Planning is currently underway for the Conference. 

Visit the Keystone Coldwater Conference website for updates on registration, sponsor and exhibitor as they are posted.  Questions should be directed to Rachel Kester at:

NewsClips This Week:

-- Williamsport Sun: Project Underway To Rebuild Fishing Creek Trout Habitat, Boost Economy, Help Environment In Clinton County

-- The Nature Conservancy-PA: Blakeslee Preserve Stream Restoration Project, Cherry Valley National Refuge In Monroe County [Video]

-- Volunteers Needed To Assist Penn State Extension Master Watershed Stewards In Schuylkill County

-- The Highlands At Wyomissing In Berks County Joins Statewide Partnership To Plant 10 Million Trees

-- NRCS-PA Announces Conservation Funding Opportunities For FY 2024

-- US Forest Service Now Accepting Applications For Local Community Forest Programs, Deadline Jan. 12

-- PA Assn. Of Environmental Educators Oct. 3 Wildlife Conservation Science, Outdoor Recreation Curriculum, Noon to 1:00 p.m.

-- Penn State Extension: 4-Part Webinar Series: Primer For Forest Management And Birds Thru Oct. 18 

-- Penn State Extension: Nov. 14 PA Forest Seminar Webinar - Benefits Of Large Woody Debris In Streams, Noon and 7:00 p.m.

-- Chesapeake Bay Foundation Blog: Back To School For Students Means Back Into PA’s Creeks And Rivers In PA’s Rivers & Streams Environmental Ed Program

-- PennLive Guest Essay: Wildland Firefighters Facing Huge Federal Pay Cut - Here’s How Physically Demanding This Lifesaving Job Is

Related Articles This Week:

-- House Environmental Committee Holds Hearing On Bill To Protect Stream Buffers Oct. 2   [PaEN] 

-- Member Of Pine Creek Headwaters Protection Group Briefs DCNR Advisory Council On Siting Of Shale Gas Well Pad On State Forest Land To Accommodate Taking Gas From Private Land In Tioga County  [PaEN]

-- Save The Date: Keystone Coldwater Conference Feb. 23-24 In State College  [PaEN] 

-- PA Forestry Assn. Annual Symposium & Awards Program Set For Nov. 4 In State College  [PaEN]

-- Penn State College Of Agricultural Sciences Hosts Nov. 15 Webinar: A Walk In The Woods - A Look Into Private Forests In PA And Beyond  [PaEN]

-- Delaware Highlands Conservancy: Women And Their Woods Plant Identification Workshop Oct.  14 At Prompton State Park, Wayne County  [PaEN]

-- Brandywine Red Clay Alliance: Agriculture’s Role In A Clean Watershed: The Whole Farm Approach  [PaEN]

-- Carnegie Museum Of Natural History In Pittsburgh Hosts Smithsonian Life In One Cubic Foot - Exploring The Diversity Of Life On Earth In Your Own Backyards  [PaEN]

-- Republican Herald Editorial: Wildlife Corridors Would Help Drivers, Animals  [PaEN]

[Posted: September 29, 2023]  PA Environment Digest

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