It’s official. Sojourn mini-grants have been awarded and organizations across the state are gearing up to host their events. Registration for many has already opened. Check out the Attend a Sojourn page to find the list of grant awardees and to select your next educational and paddling adventure!
The statewide watershed conference planning committee is hard at work putting together a great event that will include a keynote address, plenary workshop and educational sessions for in-person and remote audiences. Save-the-date and visit the Attend an Event page often for updates
POWR is kicking off 2021 with new and improved benefits for member organizations, including exclusive opportunities to share your organization’s events and successes on this site. Visit the JOIN US page for more details.
Penn State Extension announces the launch of the Master Watershed Steward (MWS) Program in Adams and Franklin counties. The MWS program, which began in Lehigh County in 2013, is now active in 30 counties in Pennsylvania with more than 500 volunteers active across the state. Holly Smith, who has been
The Penn State Extension Master Watershed steward program is offering fall Master Watershed Steward trainings in Berks/Schuylkill, Cameron/Elk/McKean/Potter, Erie/Crawford/Warren, and Philadelphia counties. The program provides extensive coursework in water and natural resources with ongoing volunteer and educational opportunities that allow participants to make a difference in their communities. We are
POWR announces 2021 Pennsylvania Sojourn Grant Awards The Pennsylvania Organization for Watersheds and Rivers (POWR) is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2021 Pennsylvania River Sojourn Grants. These grants are awarded on a competitive basis. The Pennsylvania Sojourn Program is administered by POWR in partnership with the Pennsylvania
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