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Title:         Acid Mine Drainage in Pennsylvania
Format:        Materials
Audience:      Teachers (grades K-12)
Length:        52 pp
Contact:       PA Association of Conservation Districts, Inc.
Description:   Activities designed to increase student awareness of the effects of acid mine drainage

Title:         Acid Rain
Format:        Fact sheet (electronic file available on website)
Audience:      General
Length:        2 pp
Contact:       PA Department of Environmental Protection - Bureau of Air Quality
Description:   How acid rain is formed and can be controlled

Title:         Acid Rain in Pennsylvania
Format:        Fact sheet
Audience:      General
Length:        3 pp
Contact:       PA Department of Environmental Protection - Bureau of Watershed Management
Description:   Focuses on acid rain problems and solutions in Pennsylvania

Title:         Basics of Water Pollution in Pennsylvania
Format:        Booklet
Audience:      General, anglers, boaters
Length:        10 pp
Contact:       PA Fish and Boat Commission
Description:   Explains the affect that pollution has on our aquatic resources

Title:         Be Part of the Pollution Solution
Format:        Fact sheet
Audience:      Homeowners, citizens and students
Length:        2 pp
Contact:       PA Association Conservation Districts, Inc.
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

Title:         Citizen’s Guide To Soil Erosion Control
Format:        Brochure
Audience:      Citizens
Length:        4 pp
Contact:       PA Chesapeake Bay Education Office
Description:   Definition, origin, and control of sediment pollution

Title:         Down the Drain
Format:        Video
Audience:      Students (grades 2-7)
Length:        30 minutes
Contact:       PA Fish and Boat Commission
Description:   Teaches about properties of water, water cycle, water pollution, how to reduce pollution and conserve water

Title:         Education Resource Catalog
Format:        Catalog
Audience:      General
Length:        Approx. 30 pp
Contact:       PA Fish and Boat Commission
Description:   Catalog of a variety of educational resources available from PA Fish and Boat Commission
Pollution and Pollution Solutions
Title:         Environmental Resource Guide - Nonpoint Source Pollution Prevention Series
Format:        Materials
Audience:      Teachers/educators (grades K-12)
Length:        Varies ($12-$40)
Contact:       Air and Waste Management Association
Description:   Guide addresses the impact of land use on the quality of water; activities focus on agriculture, mining, forestry and
               urban pollution and four types of pollution: sediment, nutrients, bacteria, and toxic

Title:         Good Neighbors…Tackling Nonpoint Source Pollution in Pennsylvania
Format:        Brochure
Audience:      General
Length:        4 pp
Contact:       PA Chesapeake Bay Education Office
Description:   Sources of nonpoint source pollution and what farmers, developers, and citizens can do to prevent it

Title:         GreenWorks for Pennsylvania: Air Quality, Clearing the Air, Dealing with Waste, Pollution Prevention,
               Pollution: Solutions and Results
Format:        Video
Audience:      General
Length:        Approx. 30 minutes per video
Contact:       PA Association of Conservation Districts, Inc.
Description:   Recordings of GreenWorks television shows, focused on various environmental issues

Title:         Handle With Care: Your Guide to Preventing Water Pollution
Format:        Book
Audience:      Citizens
Length:        30 pp ($12.95)
Contact:       EnviroScape®
Description:   This manual show how to pollution-proof your home—and take personal responsibility for pollution prevention

Title:         Local Solutions To Pennsylvania’s Pollution: Pennsylvania’s Nonpoint Source Management Program
Format:        Booklet
Audience:      General
Length:        15 pp
Contact:       PA Department of Environmental Protection - Bureau of Watershed Management
Description:   Highlights the watershed management activities to control nonpoint source pollution

Title:         Managing Sediments and Nutrients in the Susquehanna River Basin
Format:        Book
Audience:      General
Length:        91 pp
Contact:       Susquehanna River Basin Commission
Description:   Explores innovative ways for reducing nutrients and sediments in the Susquehanna River

Title:         Nitrates and Your Water Supply
Format:        Slide and tape sets
Audience:      Farmers
Length:        15 minutes
Contact:       Penn State University - County Cooperative Extension Offices
Description:   Explains nitrate drinking water pollution and solutions (LS0456,35)

Title:         Nutrient Pollution
Format:        Fact sheet
Audience:      General
Length:        2 pp
Contact:       U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Description:   Describes nutrient related pollution problems and suggested solutions
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Title:         Pointless Pollution
Format:        Video
Audience:      General
Length:        28 minutes
Contact:       Bullfrog Films, Inc., PA Association of Conservation Districts, Inc.
Description:   Addresses nonpoint source pollution; various sites filmed throughout the U.S.

Title:         Pollution: Begins and Ends With You
Format:        Puzzle
Audience:      Students and general
Length:        550 pieces ($9.80)
Contact:       EnviroScape®
Description:   This puzzle contains beautiful illustrations and how each of us can make a difference in preventing water pollution

Title:         Students Monitoring Aquatic Resources Together (SMART)
Format:        Materials
Audience:      Teachers
Length:        Set of four booklets: lesson ideas, acid rain facts, monitoring manuals
Contact:       Alliance for Aquatic Resource Monitoring (ALLARM)
Description:   Background information and monitoring activities addressing acquatic resources; also provide site-specific
               workshops for teachers and students

Title:         Water and the Human Spirit
Format:        Video
Audience:      Teachers (grades 7-12)
Length:        27 minutes
Contact:       Bullfrog Films
Description:   Communities solving their own water problems

Title:         Who Polluted Meyers’ Lake
Format:        Video
Audience:      General, farmers
Length:        Two 12-minute segments
Contact:       PA Association of Conservation Districts, Inc.
Description:   Focuses on the Meyer family and how they contribute to nonpoint source pollution and what they can do to stop it;
               Segment #1-NPS pollution from the home; Segment #2-NPS pollution from agriculture