TU offers free technical advice for projects in the Chesapeake Watershed

TU offers free technical advice for projects in the Chesapeake Watershed

Oct 08, 2019
Trout Unlimited continues to offer technical assistance to aid watershed organizations, conservation districts, townships, TU chapters, and others in Pennsylvania’s portion of the Chesapeake

Trout Unlimited continues to offer technical assistance to aid watershed organizations, conservation districts, townships, TU chapters, and others in Pennsylvania’s portion of the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.

The new program provides support with project planning/prioritization guidance, BMP design and layout, permitting, and construction oversight to address non-point source sediment and nutrient pollution.

TU’s Non-point Source Technical Assistance Program is a free service provided to eligible groups or individuals so they, in turn, can better plan and implement projects that reduce sediment and/or nutrient loadings caused by agricultural runoff and stream degradation across the Commonwealth.

The Chesapeake Bay drainage area in Pennsylvania covers half the state and all or part of 42 counties. Click Here for a map.

If you or your organization is looking for technical assistance with a project that will reduce sediment and/or nutrient runoff in the Chesapeake Bay watershed, please contact Jake Tomlinson by sending email to: jacob.tomlinson@tu.org.

 

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