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What's New! updated 8/29/2014


 

Pike County Groundwater Study Released

The United States Geological Survey (USGS) in  cooperation with the Pike County Conservation  District recently completed a study of residential groundwater wells in Pike County, PA. The results of the study were published in July 2014 in USGS Scientific Investigations Report 2014-5117 which can be viewed on the USGS website. For more information, click here.

 


 



Do You Know Your Watershed Address?
PCCD has created a brochure and an interactive watershed map so you can easily identify your watershed along with some interesting facts about the water resources in that watershed.
A watershed is an area of land across which water, and the sediment and dissolved materials it contains, flow on their way to a single common outlet- like a stream, lake or river. Click on the brochure to the left to find out more!!
 


Every Drop Counts! Use a Rain Barrel
wins NEPA Environmental Partnership Award!

The Every Drop Counts! Use a Rain Barrel Project has received a 2014 Northeast Pennsylvania Environmental Partnership Award for their work in environmental protection!

The award will be presented to members of the Pike/Wayne Conservation Partnership at the 24th Annual Evening for Northeast Pennsylvania’s Environment, scheduled for Thursday, October 30th, 2014 at the Woodlands Inn & Resort, in Wilkes- Barre, Pennsylvania.

For more information on the awards ceremony visit http://www.pecpa.org/region/northeast


The Pike/Wayne Conservation Partnership raised $975 at the rain barrel silent auction that was held at this year’s Pike/Wayne Earth Day event!

The money raised will go back to the schools that participated to be used for environmental education.

There is still time to check out some exciting programs that the Partnership is having throughout the spring. Please check them out!

To learn more about the project read below.

 Map of where the rain barrels are located


 

Dirt and Gravel Road Trainings

Two Regional Environmentally Sensitive Maintenance Trainings are available this fall. If you have attended the ESM training (or Annual Workshop) since 2011, please do NOT register for these trainings so we can accommodate new municipalities and those whose certification is expiring. Please note that due to expected demand, these trainings will be larger and may require more travel than normal. The course is free, but registration is required, no walk-ins allowed if training is at capacity. Please visit the Center for Dirt and Gravel Roads education/training website for more information.

Annual Maintenance Workshop
September 30th – October 1st

The Center's annual maintenance workshop is held each fall at locations around Pennsylvania. The Workshop typically attracts up to 200 attendees from a variety of entities involved in low-volume road maintenance. The Workshop features invited speakers, concurrent classroom sessions, and field trips to active and completed road sites to view the implementation of ESM practices. The 2014 Dirt and Gravel Road Maintenance Workshop will be held September 30th - October 1st at the Ramada Inn and Conference Center in State College, PA. Save the date now! More details coming soon.


 

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