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About the Webinar
What is the Master Watershed Steward (MWS) Program and what can we do for your community? This information session is all about the Spring 2024 MWS training program and how you can apply to become a Master Watershed Steward, one of Penn State Extension’s fastest-growing and impact-making volunteer programs.

This session is geared toward registrants in Bradford, Sullivan, Susquehanna, and Wyoming counties. However, we are certainly happy to help others connect to your local MWS program.

Event Details
Attend this one-hour webinar to learn how the Master Watershed Steward (MWS) program educates and empowers volunteers to do watershed projects and education in their communities.

What do Master Watershed Stewards do?
-Educate both adults and children about water quality, wildlife habitats, and the environment
-Develop educational materials
-Organize and conduct educational events, clean-ups, and invasive plant removal projects
-Design and maintain demonstration gardens
-Conduct stream monitoring projects and research
-Research and write newsletters and online articles
-Collaborate with municipal officials on stormwater management projects like bioswales, raingardens, native meadows, and green solutions

This event is being offered at no charge to participants.

Registration is required to receive the link to access the webinar.

Registrants will also receive access to the webinar recording.

Who is this for?
-Those who are interested in natural resource conservation efforts
-Individuals interested in environmental education outreach
-Those interested in connecting with like-minded individuals and industry professionals

What will you learn?
-Volunteer efforts in which MWS volunteers participate
-Partnerships established by the MWS program
-Topics covered during the training program
-The application process to become an MWS
-Program costs and associated fees

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