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Film Screening this Thursday, March 20, 2014

Tuesday, 18 March 2014 15:45:00

Free screening of "Green City, Clean Waters" in Philadelphia this Thursday, followed by a panel discussion with TTF Watershed Partnership, Green Stormwater Infrastructure Partners, and PowerCorps PHL. ...
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Love this new tool: Hydrographs.com

Wednesday, 12 March 2014 14:15:00

Created by environmental engineer Adam Erispaha, this new web tool helps you compute a stormwater runoff hydrograph....
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Local Watershed Featurettes on StormwaterPA.org

Thursday, 23 January 2014 13:00:00

The recently-released section of StormwaterPA hones in on local information for diverse regions of Pennsylvania. Clean Your Water provides the multimedia tools to educate and empower our communities to protect local rivers and streams. ...
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The Stormwater Runoff 5K

Thursday, 05 December 2013 16:00:00

When I hear about an innovative way to get people interested in the impacts of stormwater, I have to share it. Recently, the Lower Merion Conservancy held an ambitious event: the Stormwater Runoff 5K Trail Run. Here, Patrick Gardener and Chelsea Heck share a guest blog about their experiences of drawing attention to stormwater. ...
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Water Reporter

Wednesday, 09 October 2013 12:00:00

At the Chesapeake Watershed forum, I learned about an exciting new app: Water Reporter. This app empowers people to report on pollution problems and positive activities along their waterways....
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Public Art takes on Pollution

Tuesday, 10 September 2013 11:00:00

In Reno, Nevada, the Truckee River is the main source of drinking water. In today's guest blog, Paul Klein, the Creative Director for the City of Reno, discusses a public art project that educates people on preventing water pollution. ...
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What Would You Do?: Neighborhood Involvement

Tuesday, 20 August 2013 16:15:00

We're in our third week for #SummerStormwater Month, and we're focusing on Neighborhood Involvement. First, what would you do if you saw someone in your neighborhood doing an activity that is harmful to watershed health? Plus, we have some tips & videos to share! ...
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August is #SummerStormwater Month

Monday, 05 August 2013 16:15:00

Summer is the rainiest of seasons here in Pennsylvania. So it’s a sensible time to be thinking about how to manage all that rain! Here at StormwaterPA.org, August is our #SummerStormwater month. Each week in August, we are going to focus on sending out information, videos, & tools to celebrate different approaches to protecting our water. Get involved by sharing your ideas during each theme week. Just use the hashtag #summerstormwater!...
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The Joys of Rain Gardens at Perkiomen Watershed Conservancy

Wednesday, 10 July 2013 14:30:00

As you might guess, we love rain gardens around here. Yesterday, while visiting the Perkiomen Watershed Conservancy, I checked out their awesome gardens! Here's some snapshots from there, including one of a hummingbird moth! ...
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Desperately Seeking Stormwater Advice: Jason's Surprise Backyard Pond

Tuesday, 02 July 2013 15:15:00

With the onslaught of summer storms, we're getting a lot of questions about stormwater problems. Weigh in with your advice on Jason's rain-induced backyard pond! ...
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