Webinars are a great source of information, and there are numerous opportunities throughout the year to attend live webinars and interact with presentors. Some are also archived, and we’ll do our best to keep you informed about both.




‘Planning to Protect Your Water Supply’

March 18, 2015 12:00 – 1:15 p.m.

Speakers: Julie Kollar, Director of the Water Resources Education Network (WREN), teamed up with Neal Fogle and Peter Wulfhorst, Economic and Community Development Educators for Penn State Extension, to present land use considerations and tools for protecting drinking water supplies.  For more information, click here.

Pennsylvania Source Water Protection Coalitions:

Triple Divide Watershed Coalition webinar - Penn State Extension webinar – 45 minute webinar from November 21, 2012 by Jim Clark, discussing the Triple Divide Watershed Coalition (TDWC) in Potter County and it’s efforts toward Source Water Protection. TDWC was winner of the Governor’s Award for Excellence in Local Government Collaboration in 2012.


ASDWA | Association of State Drinking Water Administrators

Click image to go to ASDWA videos of archived webinars above

“How State Source Water Programs Work with Their USDA Partners” Webinar Materials – January 2013 – Featuring presentations about the Source Water Collaborative’s online toolkit, and USDA partnerships in Maine, New England, and Iowa that highlight forest and agricultural conservation and practices that protect drinking water sources. Visit the Source Water Protection section for presentation slides and a video capture of the webinar.


“Using Clean Water Act Funding for Source Water Protection” Webinar by ASDWA (Association of State Drinking Water Administrators)

  • EPA Clean Water Funding for Source Water Protection – Stephanie Von Feck and Lynda Hall will provide a quick overview of the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) and 319 programs and discuss the legal aspects of using these programs for source water protection. Also, to provide national statistics and information about funded projects and to offer some insight for how state drinking water programs might align priorities with state CWA programs.
  • The Trust for Public Land – Matt Zeiper will discuss case examples using Clean Water State Revolving Fund  or CWSRF (and combined with other sources of funding) for land conservation.
  • State Drinking Water and Clean Water Program Coordination – Kitty Weismann and her Clean Water Act counterpart from Washington State will discuss coordination efforts and possibilities at the state level.


USDA Forest Service Webinars – click here>>


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