Getting to Know Your Drinking Water
PIKE COUNTY - Pike County Conservation District will host a free online program about local drinking water. If you have wondered where your water comes from or you have questions about drinking water, this is the program for you.
This virtual program, “Getting to Know Your Drinking Water,” will be August 25 at 9:00am. Peter Wulfhorst, extension educator with Penn State, will teach you the things you need to know. The majority of Pike County gets its water from underground sources, Wulfhorst
will teach you about this process and where your water comes from. There will also be information available about testing your own drinking water and what those tests can tell you.
To learn more and register for this workshop, visit the Events page at PikeConservation.org. Registration for the webinar is free, but requested by August 21. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 570-226-8220.
This is the third in PCCD’s In Your Backyard Series of webinars. If you would like to go back and view the first two webinars, they are available to watch at your leisure, on our website. The first webinar, Ways to Help Your Lake Stay Healthy, set up the background information on watersheds and what to do if you are building in a Pike County watershed. The second, Homeowner Tips for Clean Water, explains some easy tips that homeowners can follow to have
a positive impact on their watershed. Both are also available to view on the District’s YouTube channel.