We were delighted to co-sponsor this well attended, valuable webinar with our partners on Managing Stormwater Runoff back on February 3rd. Here’s the follow-up email with a link to resources and the webinar recording. Watch for information about additional programs!
Thank you so much for joining us for our event on Stormwater! It was a great webinar with a robust turnout, and I hope you learned as much about our waterways and stormwater as I did. I attached the recording to this email in case you had to leave early or want to share it with friends.
Missed the webinar? Watch it here!
There were a number of questions raised about road salt, so we wanted to provide some resources with you:
- TTF has a really helpful pamphlet in both English and Spanish
- Learn more about the Winter Salt Watch program
- Request a salt watch test kit from the Izaak Walton League of America.
We also wanted to share resources about native plants and green infrastructure:
- Rutgers has some incredible resources on installing rain gardens and other nature-based solutions
- An incredible Map of stormwater projects in Philly
- TTF has a really helpful rain barrel workshop video recorded
- If you haven’t heard about it, there’s an incredible program called Stream Smart Stormwater House Calls that can provide information and even conduct assessments for eligible property owners on a property’s contributions to stormwater pollution.
Our organizations would love to stay connected — here’s how:
- You can learn more about Conservation Voters of PA by visiting our website, conservationpa.org, or you can find us on social media!
- Our friends at TTF Watershed Partnership believe that healthy watersheds make healthy communities, and that’s why they’re dedicated to improving the health and vitality of our watershed by collaborating with our municipalities and leading our communities in education, stewardship, restoration, and advocacy. You can learn more about them by clicking here!
- Pennsylvania Environmental Council also continues to be a major player in the discussions surrounding conservation and environmental protection. From the trails we hike, to the water we drink, PEC is fighting for a sustainable future, and you can learn more about them by visiting their website here.
I hope that you’ll continue to stay in touch with our partners across the state as we fight for a cleaner climate.
Best, Tom Sacino, Bucks County Coordinator, Conservation Voters of PA