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Weekly PA Environment Digest Newsletter
March 26, 2012
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* April 18 Event To Honor Governor's Environmental Award Winners

* EPA Considering Pittsburgh Summer Gasoline Waiver, Consulting With PA Officials

* Update: Counties With 2,093 Marcellus Wells File With PUC To Adopt Drilling Fee

* Environmental Quality Board Discusses How Regulation Are Withdrawn From Process

* Senate/House Agenda/Session Schedule

* March 26 Environmental Issues Forum To Feature DCNR Secretary Richard Allan

* March Environmental Synopsis Newsletter Now Available Online

* Lt. Gov. Cawley Earns National Award For Energy, Environmental Leadership

* PA Environmental Professionals: Nominations For 2012 Karl Mason Award Due April 6

* DEP To Host 4 Online Sessions On New Marcellus Shale Law In March, April

* Revised General Permit For Drilling Wastewater Processing Facilities Issued By DEP

* Hydro Recovery Expands Drilling Waste Treatment Options

* Hearing On Wyoming County Compressor Station Set For April 11

* Lt. Gov. Cawley Says Marcellus Shale Creating Jobs In Steel Industry

* Ninth Annual Pennsylvania-Lake Erie Cleanup Sets A New Record

* Zero Waste Pittsburgh Expands Waste Reduction Certification Program

* DEP Begins Cleanup Of Former Erie County Landfill Site, Restores Creek

* PROP Invites Entries For 2012 Recycling Film Festival As Part Of July Conference

* Covanta Energy Continues Rx4Safety Program To Protect Water Supplies From Drugs

* Nutrient Credit Auction Results In Removing 55,224 Pounds Of Nitrogen In 2012

* Special Presentation: Spring Creek, A Watershed Under Siege In Centre County April 9

* Sewickley Creek Watershed Association Holds Annual Fundraiser Banquet

* DEP Invites Comments On Hunters Creek TMDL Juniata County

* Registration Full For March 29 Wissahickon Creek Special Presentations

Registration for A Creek in Crisis? A Town Meeting on the Health of the Wissahickon Creek, Montgomery County, scheduled for March 29 is full. If you would like to be added to the waiting list for the meeting, in the event any seats become available, please send an email to: with your name and the number of people in your party.

* Patriot-News: Environmental Group Promotes Another Misleading Report On River Pollution

* Department of Education Issues Draft Environmental Literacy Plan For Comment

* Four PA Schools Nominated By State For National Green Ribbon Award

* DEP Invites Students, Teachers To Peregrine Falcon Workshop April 3

* Students Can Win Registration To PA Environmental Professionals Conference In May

* PECO Named 2012 Energy Star Partner Of The Year By EPA

* Penn State Extension Offers Farm Energy Efficiency Workshops April 10, 11

* Three Sisters Farm Offers Organic Farming Workshops, Summer Intern Positions

* Organic No-Till Workshop Set For April 3 In Dauphin County

* Looking For Something Exciting To Do In May And June? Go On A River Sojourn

* March 31, April 14 Mark Opening Day Of Trout Season

* Game Commission Urges Support For Wildlife Housing Issues

* Grants & Awards

This section gives you a heads up on upcoming deadlines for awards and grants and other recognition programs. NEW means new from last week.

* Budget/Quick NewsClips

* Marcellus Shale NewsClips

* Flooding/Watershed NewsClips

* Regulations, Technical Guidance & Permits

* Calendar Of Events

Upcoming legislative meetings, conferences, workshops, plus links to other online calendars. Meetings are in Harrisburg unless otherwise noted.  NEW means new from last week.  Go to the online Calendar webpage.

* Stories Invited

* Supporting Member PA Outdoor Writers Assn./PA Trout Unlimited

PA Environment Digest is a supporting member of the Pennsylvania Outdoor Writers AssociationPennsylvania Council Trout Unlimited and the Doc Fritchey Chapter Trout Unlimited.

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