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This thank-you note from Growing Greener awardee Ambler Borough shows how these grants enable communities to improve their environment.
If your New Year's resolutions are already broken (or even if they are not!), try some of these green resolutions for 2018.
Solar energy in Pennsylvania is a hot topic.
For nearly 40 years, old railroad ties embedded into the creek’s banks controlled erosion and limited sediment.
Five insights from DEP staff on the value and ease of putting solar panels on your roof.
The old Coxton Railroad Bridge over the Susquehanna River in Luzerne County was a potential threat to citizens.
Municipalities and utilities considering green stormwater solutions should be prepared for reluctant residents.
There are many things we can do to reduce stormwater runoff and let our creeks be creeks again.
DEP employees team up with friends from the TTF Watershed Partnership to battle a common enemy: the invasive Porcelain Berry.
A revolutionary partnership between federal agencies is capitalizing on an evolutionary partnership between mussels and eels.
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