Pollution & Pollution Solutions

The following resources are available from PACD except where noted as only available online. Click here to request a resource. Please note that exhibits are available only to Pennsylvania Conservation Districts.

Be Part of the Pollution Solution
Only available online
Format: Fact sheet
Audience: Homeowners, citizens and students
Length: 2 PP
Description: List of water quality tips on a cut-out card with a picture of a river otter, otter facts on other side of card

GNTacklingNPS

Good Neighbors -Tackling Nonpoint Source Pollution in Pennsylvania
Only available online
Format:
Brochure
Audience: General
Length: 4 PP
Description: Sources of nonpoint source pollution and what farmers, developers, and citizens can do to prevent it

Team Up to Tackle NPS Pollution
Format: Exhibit
Audience: General
Description: Sports-themed exhibit explaining the causes of NPS pollution (offense) and ways we can work as a team to reduce NPS pollution (defense).
geese Water Pollution Solutions: Canada Geese and Our Lakes and Ponds
Only available online
Format: Brochure
Audience: General
Length: 4 PP
Description: Ways to manage Canada geese on your property
fertilizer Water Pollution Solutions: Fertilizers and Pesticides
Only available online
Format: Brochure
Audience: General
Length: 4 PP
Description: How to prevent fertilizers and pesticides from causing water pollution
homeandyard Water Pollution Solutions: Home and Yard
Only available online
Format: Brochure
Audience: Homeowners, citizens
Length: 4 PP
Description: Minimize the impacts your household has on lakes, ponds, and streams in your watershed
septic Water Pollution Solutions: Septic Systems
Only available online
Format: Brochure
Audience: Homeowners
Length: 4 PP
Description: Understanding, operating, and maintaining your septic system to protect water quality in your watershed
buffer Water Pollution Solutions: Shoreline Buffer Strips
Only available online
Format: Brochure
Audience: Landowners
Length: 4 PP
Description: Benefits of a naturally-vegetated buffer strip along the edge of a stream, pond, or wetland