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  • News Archive - SEPA RC&D - page 4
    and Getting Grant s at Berks County Ag Center Conference Room 1238 County Welfare Road Leesport PA 19533 10 00 AM 4 30 PM Allison Trimarco of The Nonprofit Center at LaSalle University School of Business will be presenting Each workshop costs 25 to attend Lunch is included in the registration cost Click on the workshop name above to register for the event with our secure online registration SEPA RC D Winter 2011 Newsletter Tweet Posted by admin on March 28th 2011 SEPA RC D Winter 2011 Newsletter separcd org x DressHead Belted Black Skater Dress Tweet Posted by devteam on March 25th 2011 separcd org x DressHead Belted Black Skater Dress Red Long Sleeves Belt At Waist Our skater dress in red offers the feminine details that you love and that help you look your best This separcd org x dresshead store was created from a soft touch stretch jersey that is breathable and that helps you stay fresh and cool during the warmer months of the year The fabric content is 95 Viscose with 5 Elastane added for a nice comfortable stretch The dress features an attractive vee neckline and a matching self tie that can be fashioned any way you like Some wear it tied in a bow Others tie it loosely and allow it to hang down the front of the dress This chiffon dress was designed with a regular fit in mind It is true to size This dress has long sleeves that are nicely fitted without being too tight It is a mini length dress with the hemline ending at the upper thigh portion of the leg The skirt is flirty and full at the bottom We are offering this belted black skater dress red long sleeves belt at waist available for purchase in sizes Small Medium and Large Regional Geocaching Trail Tweet Posted by admin on March 25th 2011 The Southeastern Pennsylvania Resource Conservation and Development Council s GeoTrail will consist of a series of geocache sites in the Southeastern Pennsylvania counties of Bucks Berks Chester Delaware Lehigh Montgomery Northampton and Philadelphia These unique geocache sites will provide local residents as well as tourists the opportunity to visit enjoy and learn about natural cultural historical and other locally significant places in the region The SEPA RC D GeoTrail is an activity that can be enjoyed for an afternoon a weekend or through a series of day trips This project will expose people to some of the region s lesser known tourist attractions but equally interesting and unique sites This project is expected to generate an additional 800 000 for the region s economy over a three year period There are currently over 900 000 active geocache sites located in over 200 countries around the world A similar project in Northwestern Pennsylvania The Allegheny GeoTrail has logged over 48 000 individual visits to geocache sites in less than two years and will generate an estimated 400 000 for the local economy Avid geocachers plan

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  • News Archive - SEPA RC&D - page 5
    Development Green Technology Water Management News Newsletter Uncategorized Recent Posts Chakras and Christianity Eastmeetswest How to Handle Sadness After a NPDES Construction Permitting PCSM Other State Requirements Workshop May 24 2016 Steer Clear Of Plagiarism How to Plan Your Entire Day Archive for the News Category Circle of Diamonds Award Tweet Posted by admin on December 29th 2010 Circle of Diamonds Certificate of Excellence Southeastern PA RC D Council is

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  • The Consortium for Scientific Assistance to Watersheds (C-SAW) - SEPA RC&D
    Projects The Consortium for Scientific Assistance to Watersheds C SAW Categories Blog Completed Projects Current Projects Capacity Building Economic Development Green Technology Water Management News Newsletter Uncategorized Recent Posts Chakras and Christianity Eastmeetswest How to Handle Sadness After a NPDES Construction Permitting PCSM Other State Requirements Workshop May 24 2016 Steer Clear Of Plagiarism How to Plan Your Entire Day The Consortium for Scientific Assistance to Watersheds C SAW Tweet Posted by sepa on March 23rd 2012 The Consortium for Scientific Assistance to Watersheds C SAW is a team of specialists who provide eligible watershed groups environmental groups or local grassroots project sponsors Program Management and Scientific Technical Assistance through the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection s PADEP Growing Greener Program The service is at no cost to eligible groups At present there are nine partners that are members of the C SAW Program In addition to Wilkes University the other partners are Alliance for Aquatic Resource Monitoring at Dickinson College Delaware Riverkeeper Network Natural Resources Conservation Service Pennsylvania Lake Management Society Stroud Water Research Center Pennsylvania RC D and United States Geological Survey The C SAW program is operated by the Pocono Northeast RC D The goal for C

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  • The Consortium for Scientific Assistance to Watersheds (C-SAW) - SEPA RC&D
    Scientific Assistance to Watersheds C SAW is a team of specialists who provide eligible watershed groups environmental groups or local grassroots project sponsors Program Management and Scientific Technical Assistance through the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection s PADEP Growing Greener Program The service is at no cost to eligible groups At present there are nine partners that are members of the C SAW Program In addition to Wilkes University the other partners are Alliance for Aquatic Resource Monitoring at Dickinson College Delaware Riverkeeper Network Natural Resources Conservation Service Pennsylvania Lake Management Society Stroud Water Research Center Pennsylvania RC D and United States Geological Survey The C SAW program is operated by the Pocono Northeast RC D The goal for C SAW is to transfer knowledge and skills to watershed groups or local sponsors thereby helping to build their capacity to plan and conduct watershed assessments and conduct post implementation monitoring C SAW can provide Specialists who can help identify solutions and assist your group in the development of monitoring programs restoration projects and plans for protection Training or conducting assessments and developing restoration projects and protection plans In addition C SAW can point eligible organizations to assistance provided by other technical experts or service providers through Growing Greener C SAW is not designed to conduct monitoring or assessments for watershed organizations Rather C SAW hopes to help watershed organizations do a better job in their own monitoring and assessment Who is eligible Parties who are eligible to apply for Growing Greener Grants are eligible to receive assistance through C SAW Those parties include Incorporated watershed organizations recognized by PADEP and established to promote local watershed conservation efforts Counties municipalities and their subdivisions County Conservation Districts Charitable organizations or educational institutions involved in research restoration rehabilitation planning acquisition development or other

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  • Eastern Delaware County Municipalities Join Together to Better Control Stormwater and Comply with Stormwater Permit Requirments - SEPA RC&D
    December 7th 2011 Eastern Delware County Stormwater Colaborative Members On Thursday December 1 2011 Eastern Delaware County municipalities celebrated an exciting milestone The Boroughs of Collingdale Sharon Hill Yeadon and Upper Darby Township were recognized for signing on Eastern Delaware County Stormwater Collaborative Inter governmental Agreement Elected Officials formally adopted the agreement at public meetings in November The four municipalities were recognized by the Southeastern PA Resource Conservation and Development RC D Council Project Sponsor the County and other partners for their joint initiative across municipal boundaries to manage stormwater and comply with Pennsylvania s stormwater permit requirements The Collaborative municipalities will be able to more efficiently and economically address stormwater problems and comply with DEP stormwater permit requirements Through this partnership the four municipalities will work together to conduct required training programs for municipal staff and contractors host education and outreach events enlist involvement from residents and other constituents take advantage of economies of scale for educational publications and other permit related activities Collectively these practices and programs will help prevent water pollution and protect streams like the Darby Creek from Degradation that can result from uncontrolled and polluted stormwater runoff The four municipalities are the first members to sign the agreement and formalize their commitment to work together to undertake regulatory requirements to prevent water pollution in the Darby Creek Watershed Southeastern PA RC D Council has led this effort over several years The project focused on urbanized communities in Delaware County to formalize joint municipal stormwater management activities Karen Holm Southeastern PA RC D Board Member and Delaware County Planning Department Manager said I am encouraged by the dedication shown over the many months of working together to prepare and inter governmental cooperative agreement it signals readiness among municipalities to work together to more efficiently address the

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  • Newsletter Archive - SEPA RC&D - page 2
    acre certified organic farm which showcases how a wide array of conservation oriented techniques such as cover crop rotations seasonal high tunnels integrated pest management and organic orchard management can be utilized to holistically address a wide range of natural resource concerns Andrew Frankenfield Penn State Extension Educator for Montgomery County provided participants with a dynamic presentation on expert cover crop management techniques including cover crop species selection and rotation as it relates to improving overall soil health No till systems as they relate to sustainable practices were also be addressed Information about the financial and technical resources available to growers interested in adopting conversation practices which support organic agriculture systems were presented by Austin Drager Natural Resource Specialist for the Natural Resources Conservation Service NRCS Additionally information was provided by Rick Fonda Production Manager for the Longview Center for Agriculture Ian Phelps speaking about Transitioning to Organic Practices Grants Researching grants and preparing a quality proposal Workshop 11 17 2011 Tweet Posted by admin on August 1st 2011 Thursday November 17 2011 Thursday November 17 2011 11 00 AM 3 30 PM Lehigh County Agricultural Center Map and Directions Register Description The Southeastern Pennsylvania Resource Conservation Development Council is sponsoring a Grants Researching grants and preparing a quality proposal Workshop for regional watershed volunteers staff and board members The cost to attend is 25 Lunch is included Come early to network and enjoy light refreshments This step by step user friendly guide will walk novice grant seekers through the proposal planning research writing and submission process Discussion will include how to define funding needs what types of grants exist and how they differ how to conduct funding research steps in writing a proposal and how to approach different funders Emphasis will be on determining which grant opportunities best match your organization s programs so that you can focus your energy on preparing clear and persuasive proposals that are most likely to succeed Allison Trimarco of The Nonprofit Center at LaSalle University School of Business will be presenting the workshop Allison Trimarco is the founder of creative Capacity LLC which works with nonprofits of all types to increase their management capacity Her practice focuses on strategic planning fundraising communications and non profit development projects Allison is an affiliated consultant and trainer with the Nonprofit Center at LaSalle University where she has handles fundraising and strategic planning projects for arts education and social service organizations Allison earned a Master s degree in Arts Management with highest distinction and Carnegie Mellon University and her Bachelor s Degree in Theater cum laude at Smith College Register Eastern Delaware County Stormwater Collaborative Tweet Posted by admin on May 25th 2011 The Southeastern Pennsylvania Resource Conservation and Development Council SEPA RC D is assisting municipalities in Eastern Delaware County Pennsylvania by helping them to work as a group on stormwater management issues such as the Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems MS4 Program Currently many municipalities in Pennsylvania are faced with implementation of a number of

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  • Newsletter Archive - SEPA RC&D - page 3
    and Development Council s GeoTrail will consist of a series of geocache sites in the Southeastern Pennsylvania counties of Bucks Berks Chester Delaware Lehigh Montgomery Northampton and Philadelphia These unique geocache sites will provide local residents as well as tourists the opportunity to visit enjoy and learn about natural cultural historical and other locally significant places in the region The SEPA RC D GeoTrail is an activity that can be enjoyed for an afternoon a weekend or through a series of day trips This project will expose people to some of the region s lesser known tourist attractions but equally interesting and unique sites This project is expected to generate an additional 800 000 for the region s economy over a three year period There are currently over 900 000 active geocache sites located in over 200 countries around the world A similar project in Northwestern Pennsylvania The Allegheny GeoTrail has logged over 48 000 individual visits to geocache sites in less than two years and will generate an estimated 400 000 for the local economy Avid geocachers plan their vacations around geocaching Over 5 000 geocachers from 32 countries participated in the 2009 GeoWoodstock in Tennessee More information about geocaching can be found at www geocaching com or by searching the internet A passport like booklet will contain tourism information for each county and a page to record the validation stamps of their geocache site visits in each county The passports can be obtained by visiting or contacting the SEPA RC D office county tourism offices parks and other local locations A downloadable version of the passport will also be available on the project website The geocache sites will be selected and monitored by local geocache volunteers They will be located in free public locations There will be a

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  • 2012 Council Meeting Dates - SEPA RC&D
    Development Green Technology Water Management News Newsletter Uncategorized Recent Posts Chakras and Christianity Eastmeetswest How to Handle Sadness After a NPDES Construction Permitting PCSM Other State Requirements Workshop May 24 2016 Steer Clear Of Plagiarism How to Plan Your Entire Day 2012 Council Meeting Dates Tweet Posted by sepa on November 29th 2011 The Council has approved the calendar year 2012 Council Meeting dates The meetings will continue to be

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