DEP staff volunteered with the Bucks County Conservation District to remove invasive water chestnuts from from Lake Towhee.
Summer is the season for stream work. With 86,000 miles of streams and rivers in PA, maintenance of these waterways can be a daunting task.
DEP has converted over 63,000 paper mining maps to digital format in order to make mining safer, and government more efficient.
As warmer weather returns, so do black flies - a pest that can inundate folks seeking outdoor recreation.
Restoration Success Story Featured in Updated DEP Story Map
Students dive into their past and take action to help build a healthier future for their community.
Former DEP intern Brittany Sprout has begun pursuit of a new dream inspired by her transformative experience working for the agency.
Staff in DEP’s Northeast Regional Office have been busy this summer manning the DEP booth at Farmer’s Markets.
DEP Connects is a new opportunity for Pennsylvanians to engage with DEP in their own backyards.
Coco has a problem. He’s a chameleon, but he can’t change colors!
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