Schuylkill River Greenways is hosting the International Paddling Film Festival on Thursday March 26 at the Colonial Theater in Phoenixville
Please see this flier for more details
Wildlife Habitat Council Hosting Webinar: What is Monitoring, Why It’s Important and How to Do It Well
One of the foundations of successful conservation projects is monitoring. This webinar explains what good monitoring is, why it’s important for documenting your success, and tips on how to implement monitoring in your project management routine. WHC staff will discuss the basic strategies for monitoring conservation projects, including designing a monitoring protocol that fits your project, the various monitoring techniques that could be used, and using baseline data. We’ll also explore how to use monitoring information in your Conservation Certification application
Tue, Feb 25, 2020 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EST
Allegheny County Hosting Master Watershed Steward Program Info Sessions in February
See this flier for more information. Applications being accepted NOW and training starts on March 17th.
Register now for for PA DCNR’s Riparian Forest Buffer Summit:
Date: March 11 and 12, 2020
Location: Blair County Convention Center 1 Convention Center Dr, Altoona, PA.
Details: The Buffer Summit provides conservation professionals and decision makers with the latest science, policy, and implementation strategies to get trees planted along the commonwealth’s streams.
Attendees have substantial opportunities to network with each other and with exhibiting sponsors throughout the two-day event.
Conservation professionals working with riparian forest buffers from all sectors — beginners to seasoned decision makers alike — are encouraged to attend.
Registration OPEN for Keystone Coldwater Conference: Feb 28-29
The Pennsylvania Council of Trout Unlimited will host the 14th Keystone Coldwater Conference February 28-29, 2020 at the Ramada Inn Conference Center in State College, Pennsylvania. The conference is 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.