Beginning November 1 applications to the Stream Access for Canoes and Kayaks Mini-Grant Program will be accepted for projects that create new or improved access points along the region’s rivers and streams. Municipalities and non-profit organizations can apply for up to $20,000.
POWR is excited to announce dates and locations for our regional workshops for community watershed organization leaders and volunteers. Mark your calendars for the workshop in your region so you won’t miss out on the opportunity to learn more about geographically relevant water resource restoration, planning, policy, as well as important organizational development strategies for your watershed association. Agendas and registration information will be available and open on a rolling basis. Visit the Attend an Event page for more details.
Join POWR for the Wild and Scenic Film Festival, On Tour event on April 28. This year’s film festival will be screened at the Watershed Farm, home of the Loyalhanna Watershed Association, 6 Old Lincoln Highway West, Ligonier, PA and virtually to an audience statewide.
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Lobby (virtual and in-person) opens at 6:30 PM and the Festival begins at 7:00 PM. Please visit the Attend an Event page for more details.
The Pennsylvania Environmental Council (PEC) has announced the opening of the 2022 PA Water Trails Mini-Grant cycle. Grants are available on a competitive basis for projects that implement the PA Water Trail Program’s eight guiding principles: Partnership • Stewardship • Volunteerism • Education • Conservation Community Vitality • Diversity •
The Western Pennsylvania Conservancy has funding available to support projects that will improve canoe and kayak access to the region’s waterways. The Conservancy provides technical assistance and grants of up to $5,000 through its Canoe Access Development Fund for the construction and enhancement of canoe and kayak access locations. Due
Dickinson College’s Alliance for Aquatic Resource Monitoring (ALLARM), located in the fantastic small town of Carlisle, Pennsylvania is hiring a Technical Support Manager. The Technical Support Manager is responsible for a number of things: Manage ALLARM’s laboratory (troubleshooting equipment and testing new techniques), run a statewide quality assurance/quality control lab
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