PennFuture offers annual watershed workshops to assist local groups in their work to repair and protect local streams, rivers, wetlands and land.
These workshops provide training about basic legal tools that allow citizens to get involved in watershed and water-quality protection. The workshops are geared toward grassroots watershed groups, conservancies, municipal government officials and volunteers. Topics include:
Registration is FREE, but space is limited. Attendees receive manuals and other materials as well as a light breakfast and lunch. Here are pdf-formatted resources from our workshops to date.
New Duke study finds no contamination from fracking in Arkansas
PennFuture Session Daze
The Loyalsock needs you in Williamsport on June 3
Energy Center Re: Energy
Energy and home value: The missing link
A Bear in the Woods
Environmental Law Blog
Fracking Requires An Environmental Impact Statement
A Climate for Change
The American climate