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Stormwater is precipitation that flows across the land, often carrying pollutants to the streams, rivers, ponds, and lakes. It is one of the fastest growing forms of pollution affecting the Chesapeake Bay. Participants will be introduced to the issue and best management practices that can be implemented on your property to decrease the negative impacts stormwater has on the waterways. Healthy streams make healthy communities!
This webinar will be presented by Jodi Sulpizio, the Natural Resources Educator for Penn State Extension in York. She also coordinates the Master Watershed Steward Program and the Gypsy Moth Program in York County. She was a former Naturalist for the York County Parks and Manheim Township in Lancaster. Jodi is passionate about empowering both citizens and volunteers to protect our environmental resources. She is a graduate from Penn State University and majored in Environmental Resource Management with a focus on water resources.
This webinar is presented in partnership with the following organizations: Community Conservation Committee, Penn State Extension York County, and Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay.
The Community Conservation Committee (C3) is an approved 501C3 non-profit with an education and awareness mission. They strive to offer practical solutions to enhance and protect the local ecosystems in ways that everyone can understand and embrace. Theyu rely on support from private individuals and local businesses to continue our programs, so please consider supporting them by making a tax-deductible donation.