EVENTS, RESOURCES & NEWS
Nominations Open: Mira Lloyd Dock Partnership Award, Keystone 10 Million Trees Partnership
Nominations due by September 3, 2021
Keystone 10 Million Trees Partnership, in collaboration with the Pennsylvania Forestry Association, is seeking nominations for the Mira Lloyd Dock Partnership Award, which recognizes diverse conservationists within the context of local history, courage, leadership and purpose.
River Walk, Susquehanna River Basin Commission
September 17, 2021 at 11:30 a.m. // SRBC Office Building in Harrisburg
Help celebrate Susquehanna River Basin Commission’s 50 years of river stewardship by taking a walk along the banks of the mighty Susquehanna River. You’re invited to walk 1.1 miles upstream on the Harrisburg Capital Area Greenbelt while speaking with SRBC staff and learn more about the river and conservation efforts. RSVP by September 8 to email@example.com.
Extraordinary Give Applications Open, Lancaster County Community Foundation
Applications due on October 18, 2021
The Extraordinary Give is a special day to connect your organization to generous donors. Apply now to be part of the celebration and start planning the best way to create an extraordinary experience for your organization! Looking to include clean water in your ask? Contact us for ideas!
$5 Million Gift to Conservancy Helps Protect Lancaster’s Natural Landscapes, Lancaster Conservancy
An exceedingly generous donation has been made to the Lancaster Conservancy by the Clark Associates Charitable Foundation, in celebration of the Clark Associates’ 50th Anniversary! This important philanthropic contribution will help support land acquisition efforts and stewardship of the nature preserves in the Lancaster River Hills, an area along the Susquehanna River between Safe Harbor and Holtwood Dam. Congratulations to the Lancaster Conservancy!
Registration Open: Buffer Certificate and Urban Buffer Design Charrette, Chesapeake Bay Landscape Professionals
Chesapeake Bay Landscape Professionals is bringing back its Buffers certificate course in addition to the Urban Buffers Design Charrette “add-on.” These courses will be held on Tuesdays in October and November. The Buffers certificate course is available in Pennsylvania and Virginia. The two-day Urban Buffers course is only available in Virginia. A limited number of partial scholarships is available, provided by generous funding from the James River Association, Penn State University, and RISE.
Turkey Hill Clean Water Partnership Panel Discussion, Choose Clean Water Coalition
This panel discussion features staff from the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay and representatives from Maryland and Virginia Milk Producers Cooperative to learn how they are helping Turkey Hill's milk suppliers reach 100 percent environmental compliance and develop conservation plans. These plans enable farmers to implement buffers, cover crops, and other conservation practices to improve local water quality and make progress towards Pennsylvania's TMDL goals.
Mayflyer July/August 2021 Newsletter, Donegal Trout Unlimited
Healthy Waters Newsletter, DEP Chesapeake Bay Office
Farm funding is our best shot to reduce pollution in Chesapeake, Bay Journal