Focusing on water problems pertinent to Pennsylvania and the mid-Atlantic region
The Pennsylvania Water Resources Research Center (PA WRRC) is one of fifty-four institutes of the National Institutes of Water Resources that were authorized by the Water Resources Research Act of 1964. The PA WRRC is located at Penn State.
We are partnering with Penn State Extension, Sea Grant Pennsylvania, and the Pennsylvania American Water Resources Association to conduct a survey entitled Pennsylvanians and Their Water. The objective of this short survey is to collect opinions from a large number of Pennsylvania residents on the current status of our water and how best to protect and manage it. This informal survey is intended as a public engagement project and does not necessarily represent a statistical sampling of opinions.
The Penn State AWRA Student Chapter is for students interested in any aspect of water resources management and research. American Water Resources Association (AWRA) is a national interdisciplinary organization that includes geologists, hydrologists, engineers (civil and environmental), geochemists, environmental lawyers, and many others. By becoming a student member of AWRA, you will gain unique interdisciplinary insights into cutting edge technology, current water issues and current research, as well as expand your professional horizons by exchanging ideas about the future of water resources on both a local and regional level.