In our modern world, nearly every item we use is processed with chemicals. What happens when these chemicals spill or leech into our environment? Chemical clean-up is expensive. But what if there was a natural way to clean up these spills? Join us as we discuss bioremediation, what it is, and how it can solve this problem in particular, naturally.
The District office is busy this summer assisting farmers, inspecting dirt & gravel road projects, inspecting construction projects, and providing technical assistance wherever needed. Each summer, we hire an intern to assist District specialists with light duties that allow the intern to experience those positions. Join us as we talk with our 2022 summer intern, Trever Graham.
Grab the cake cause it's a celebration! This year marks Pennsylvania Natural Heritage Program's 40th anniversary. Join us as we discuss who they are and what they've accomplished here in the Keystone State!
It's the second week of the month and that means we turn our attention toward some news-worthy environmental topics! Join us this week as we discuss lightning bug/firefly issues, the "new" oldest tree on earth, and an update on the Chesapeake Bay. Don't miss this episode!!
Sure #nationaltrailday might be one day, but don't let that discourage you from getting out on your favorite trail or discovering a new one. Join us as we discuss national trail day and a few trails in the county that we think you should check out!
With summer just around the corner, what better time to discuss boating regulations, the summer fishing season, a trout season wrap-up, and more. Don't forget to listen till the end for the announcement of our SCCD kayak trip on the Susquehanna River.
Join us as we discuss a few plants and animals that can turn an ecosystem upside down and displace native plants and animals. Stay tuned until the end to discover just how far a snakehead fish can travel across land!
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We're covering some environmental stories that are making headlines in Pennsylvania, the U.S., or maybe even around the globe. Join us as we discuss Asian Jumping Worms, bear sightings and conflict, and a few news items right here in Susquehanna County.
You see them along waterways but other than that, they remain a mystery to many. Join us as we discuss the life history of the Blue Heron and of course learn some interesting facts along the way.
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Join us as we get to know Max and find out about some of the many programs that the USDA Farm Service Agency has to offer.