NPDES PAG-02 Permit Procedural Changes

In response to inquiries regarding the upcoming PAG-02 procedural changes (expiration and reauthorization), DEP has posted the following link:

Important News regarding the DEP Permit for Stormwater Discharges Associated with Construction Activities 

The District has no further information at this time. We are working to obtain updated information and will provide notification when new instruction is available.

Call For Presenters – 2018 Watershed Congress Along The Schuylkill River

2018 Watershed Congress

Along The Schuylkill River

Call For Presenters

March 10, 2018
Montgomery County Community College
Pottstown, PA

The Watershed Congress Organizing Committee is now accepting proposals for presentations for the 2018 Watershed Congress.

Submissions are due by 11:59 PM, October 31, 2017.
All applications must be submitted online.

Additional guidance for those interested in submitting a session proposal, with proposal formatting information, is available here.

TreeVitalize Watersheds Grant Program 2018 – Now Accepting Applications!

Grant Package Submittal Deadline for TreeVitalize 2018 Projects:  November 10, 2017


For more information on the grant application process, view here








Two pasture workshops!

Free – Registration required. Contact Jessica Moldofsky 610-489-4506 x14 to register

CREP – Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program

Attention Farmers and Landowners:

CREP, Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program, is now available in the Delaware Watershed!

The Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program (CREP) pays farmers and other landowners to conserve and enhance their land. CREP is designed to improve water quality, benefit wildlife through habitat development, and reward participants for doing their part to help the environment. The main goals of CREP are water quality and soil erosion prevention.

For more information, check out the CREP PA website

Mission Statement
To protect and improve the quality of life of the residents of Montgomery County and surrounding communities by providing, in cooperation with others, timely and efficient service, education, and technical guidance, for the wise use of our soil, water, and related resources.