Grants are available for design & engineering, construction/upgrade & rehabilitation of non-motorized public access projects within the Ohio River Basin. Priority will be given to projects that improve recreational access on rivers & streams as well as those that support & advance POWR’s mission, specifically the facilitation, stewardship, & enjoyment of PA’s waterways. Eligible applicants include non-profit organizations with tax-exempt status 501c3, municipalities, counties, & educational institutions. Applicants can request up to $20k & project proposals must include a 1:1 match. Applications due 1/31/23.
It’s that time of year again! Voting for the 2023 Pennsylvania River of the Year is now open. Show your love for at least one of the amazing rivers nominated for this year’s voting process (one vote per email address). Every vote counts. Make your voice heard and help your favorite river be recognized for its beauty, cultural significance, recreation value, and more.
Registration is still open for the December 13 Lunch and Learn Webinar: Managing Invasive Species and Overgrown Landscapes with Goats. Learn how this unique approach was selected, planned, and implemented, how the community and key partners worked together, and what the short and long-term outcomes have been, and what it all cost.
Harrisburg, PA – Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn today announced the public is invited to again vote online for the 2023 Pennsylvania River of the Year, choosing from among four waterways nominated throughout the state. “Honoring the River of the Year has become one
2023 “River of the Year” Nominations Open Public to Vote on Pennsylvania’s Best River…Nominations Accepted from October 24, 2022 through November 18, 2022 Pennsylvania organizations are invited to nominate waterways for the “2023 Pennsylvania River of the Year.” The nomination period is
The Watershed Congress is an annual event that seeks to advance the best available information and techniques for protecting and restoring watersheds. The focus on networking across disciplines means that the Watershed Congress melds science, policy, and practical applications into one program. As a result, the annual Watershed Congress is
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