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Other Conservation Technical Training

This page refers users to other sources of training they may be interested in attending.

State Conservation Commission Nutrient Management Program Training List
Link: Nutrient Management Certification Trainings

Pennsylvania Association of Conservation Districts (PACD) Training Events Calendar
Link: PACD Training Events Calendar

Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture (PASA) Events Calendar
Link: PASA Calendar of Events

Penn State Agriculture and Environment Center (AEC) Webinars Library
Link: AEC Webinar Library

Webinar Series

Manure du jour:
Serving Pennsylvania’s Best Practices for Animal Ag-, Air- and Water Quality Protection, this series focuses on the science and application of best management practices on working lands.

Target Audience – Conservation practitioners from governmental-, non-governmental-, private sector-, higher education-, and other organizations that are working with producers to increase acceptance and adoption of core- and innovative conservation practices.

Sponsoring Organizations:

  • Penn State Extension
  • Natural Resources Conservation Service
  • State Conservation Commission
  • Pennsylvania Association of Conservation Districts

PA Forests:
The PA Forests Web Seminar Center provides web-based educational programs and materials for forest owners, extension educators, and natural resource professionals.

Natural Gas:
Marcellus Shale is a relatively new issue confronting Pennsylvania, but it potentially affects much of what our traditional expertise addresses- land use, water quality and quantity, economic development, forest management, wildlife, family finances, public policy, and local government. The Natural Gas webinars explore all aspects of Marcellus shale exploration and drilling and including the economic, environmental and social impacts.

The Penn State Cooperative Extension Water Webinar series provides educational programs on a variety of important water resources issues in Pennsylvania including safe drinking water, pond and lake management, emerging contaminants, and watershed education.