Links for information about Source Water Protection Coalitions:

National Source Water Collaborative

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Provides resources and information including a tool to create a customized Drinking Water Protection Brochure in just a few minutes- “Your Water. Your Decision.”

News about Pennsylvania Source Water Protection Coalitions

PA Borough News Magazine – Sept 2012: The River Alert Information Network (RAIN): Making Regional Drinking Water Collaboration Work

2011-2012 WREN Grantee By Ellen Kiley and Julie Kollar

RAIN´s From the River to the Tap: What you can do to Keep it Clean 2011-2012 WREN Project has been busy holding public education events, reaching out to new partners, working on its website (Note: RAIN’s new website will be http://www.rainmatters.org/), and deploying additional water quality monitoring stations in regions where natural gas drilling in the Marcellus shale is active. The River Alert Information Network (RAIN) coalition has made great progress since holding its first public awareness events back in August 2007 with a small amount of seed funding from WREN, promoting the benefits of establishing an early warning spill detection system on the Allegheny, Monongahela, and Youghiogheny rivers.

PA Borough News Magazine – Jan/Feb 2013: The Triple Divide Watershed Coalition: 2012 Winner of PA Governor’s Award for Local Government Excellence

2011-2012 WREN Grantee By Ellen Kiley and Julie Kollar

Weeks after being applauded as a national model for protection of treasured watersheds, the Triple Divide Watershed Coalition based in Potter County, was awarded the prestigious Pennsylvania Governor’s Award for Local Government Excellence in the “Building Community Partnerships” category in April 2012.

 

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