One of the most visible and obvious signs of water pollution is an oil sheen.
If you use a septic system, be septic smart!
Harmful algal blooms (HABS) pop up every year in Pennsylvania as water temperatures rise.
DEP biologists recently spent a week surveying the mussel population in Crawford County.
Discharged pool water and waters containing chlorine or other chemicals can be detrimental to aquatic life if not handled responsibly.
Partnerships and funding are key to improving water quality in Franklin County.
Ups, downs, and surprises are all part of life for fledglings testing their wings in the city—and for the volunteers who rescue them.
“Hellbender” may conjure an image of a villain in a blockbuster action movie, but in fact it’s the latest member of Pennsylvania royalty.
As warmer weather returns, so do black flies - a pest that can inundate folks seeking outdoor recreation.
A warm, sunny day may appear to be perfect for being outdoors, but it’s what you don’t see that could cause problems.
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