Monthly Archives: October 2013

October 2013 Water Policy News Now Available

WREN’s October 2013 issue of Water Policy News is now available. In this issue: October Feature: Lessons Learned: Opposites Attract Attention for Water Protection; Other articles: Pow Wow with Partners: Prepare for 2014 WREN Grants; Checking in with WREN Grant … Continue reading

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Columbia-Montour Source Water Protection Coalition Formed

October 2013 Supported by a $7,000 Source Water Protection Collaborative Grant from the Water Resources Education Network (WREN), the Columbia and Montour County Conservation Districts have banded together to form the Columbia-Montour Source Water Protection Coalition of key stakeholders (public … Continue reading

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ELANCO Source Water Collaborative To Hold Workshop to Educate Farmers

Eastern Lancaster (ELANCO) Source Water Collaborative announced it will hold a workshop for area farmers on December 9, 2013, at Shady Maple Restaurant titled, “Protecting Your Water Begins with Your Land.” The purpose of the workshop is to offer an educational opportunity for farmers … Continue reading

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North Central Source Water Protection Alliance to Meet

The next meeting of the North Central Source Water Protection Alliance will be held on Thursday October 31, 2013, starting at 1:30 PM at the PA DEP Williamsport office located at 208 West Third Street – Suite 101, Williamsport, PA … Continue reading

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National Drug Take Back Day – October 26, 2013

Flushing unused or old medications down the toilet can pollute our waterways. Throwing them in the trash could lead to unintentional use, overdose or illegal abuse. So, how can you safely dispose of them? Hundreds of Take Back sites will … Continue reading

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