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Ensuring Water Quality in Your Watershed
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Research demonstrates that trees provide some of the best value in reducing stormwater runoff and urban pollution, while improving water quality and infiltration in a watershed. This is a workshop on high priority watershed issues affecting water quality and quantity across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Registration Deadline October 1, 2014

10/15/2014
When: October 15, 2014
8:00 am - Noon
Where: Penn State Extension Allegheny County
400 N. Lexington Street
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania  15208
United States
Contact: Brian Wolyniak
412-473-4245

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Research demonstrates that trees and vegetation provide some of the best value in reducing stormwater runoff and urban pollution, while improving water quality and infiltration in a watershed. This is a workshop on the role of green infrastructure for management of water quality and quantity, including presentations on native and invasive plants, riparian buffers, and conservation easements.

For more information and to register click here:  Ensuring Water Quality in Your Watershed

This course qualifies for 3 PCH CEUs or 3 PCH-SLC CEUs.

Registration Deadline is October 1, 2014

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