CBF Pennsylvania Learning Series: What Lives In PA Waterways, May 26 Webinar

The Chesapeake Bay Foundation and partner organizations will host a new Pennsylvania learning Series Webinar– What Lives In PA Waterways— on May 26 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Do you know what lives in our rivers, creeks, and streams in the Keystone State? Pennsylvania is home to some incredible biodiversity, which is why it’s a favorite for anglers and outdoor recreation enthusiasts alike!

Join this roundtable discussion with a few of our very own fishing and stream-health enthusiasts as we talk about the species that call our state home, the importance of stream health, and ways we can improve our impaired waterways, making them better and healthier homes for aquatic species.

Speakers include:

— Derek Eberly – Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership

— Brian Gish – CBF staff, Watershed Coordinator

— BJ Small – CBF staff, PA Communications and Media Coordinator

Click Here to register for this free event.

Visit CBF’s Pennsylvania Learning Series webpage for more information on this series.

For more on Chesapeake Bay-related issues in Pennsylvania, visit the Chesapeake Bay Foundation-PA webpage.  Click Here to sign up for Pennsylvania updates (bottom of left column).  Click Here to support their work.

Also visit the Keystone 10 Million Trees Partnership to learn how you can help clean water grow on trees.

CBF has over 275,000 members in Bay Watershed.

PA Chesapeake Bay Plan

For more information on Pennsylvania’s plan, visit DEP’s Chesapeake Bay Office webpage.

How Clean Is Your Stream?

DEP’s Interactive Report Viewer allows you to zoom in on your own stream or watershed to find out how clean your stream is or if it has impaired water quality using the latest information in the draft 2020 Water Quality Report.

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