Mineral Resources Management (MRM) is an executive level organization consisting of nearly 600 Commonwealth employees located within five bureaus. MRM is responsible for the policies and implementation of programs which regulate or impact mineral extraction including oil, gas, industrial minerals and coal. The five bureaus have distinct programmatic responsibilities but are interrelated and coordinate efforts in many areas.
Our Mission: To minimize impacts to the environment while providing a climate that encourages economic growth; to provide a safe and healthy work environment for miners; and to assure the public has an informed opportunity to participate in the debate and process. We intend to meet our objectives by partnering with our customers; educating affected parties to the extent possible; and striving for 100 percent compliance utilizing appropriate tools for each situation.
The Bureau of Watershed Management's (BWM) mission is to restore and protect Pennsylvania's watersheds through: proper planning and management of water resources and their uses; reducing the impacts of non point sources of pollution on water resources; regulating activities for soil conservation and waterway and wetlands protection; forming partnerships and building local capacity to restore and protect water resources, including drinking water sources; and educating Pennsylvania citizens about watersheds and watershed management.
The Foundation for Pennsylvania Watersheds, formerly known as the Western Pennsylvania Watershed Program, is a grant-making foundation that invests in efforts to protect healthy, natural streams around the state — and also to clean up pollution and repair damaged wildlife habitat. To date, we have assisted more than 150 different groups, funded more than $5 million in projects, leveraged more than $75 million in additional investments and restored more than 550 miles of polluted streams and rivers.
Our mission is to foster stewardship for the protection, preservation and restoration of Pennsylvania’s unique water resources and watersheds, while leveraging local, state and federal agency funds. Our primary service area extends from the Ohio boarder to the mainstem of the Susquehanna River.
The Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement (OSM) is organized with Headquarters located in Washington DC, three regional offices – the Appalachian, Mid-Continent, and Western regional offices. The regional offices are comprised of Area and Fields offices.
OSM is charged with balancing the nation’s need for continued domestic coal production with protection of the environment.
The PA Environmental Digest is an online newsletter service of Crisci Associates.
Crisci Associates is a Harrisburg based government and public affairs firm whose clients include Fortune 500 companies and non-profit organizations.
Our clients deserve and receive very personal service for the crucial issues that they have before the Pennsylvania General Assembly and state agencies. You won't get lost at Crisci Associates!
Provided $1,750 worth of Gander Box Coupons for the conference where attendees could get $10 off a $50 purchase.
Gander has been around longer and works harder for your business. Our prices are always reasonable and returns are always simple. When ever you call or visit you will always talk to fellow outdoor enthusiasts who understand your needs and are always happy to help.
Gannett Fleming has evolved from a three-person firm in 1915 to currently employing more than 1,900 highly qualified, dedicated individuals that provide an array of services in the transportation, water/wastewater, facilities, environmental, and information technology disciplines.
Our more than 50 offices throughout the United States and Canada allow us to provide consulting engineering, planning, and construction management services in almost every geographical area. Gannett Fleming has completed thousands of assignments in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, and more than 50 countries.
Mackin Engineering Company has been a provider of engineering and consulting services since 1960. Our firm serves a broad array of public and private sector clients across the state, providing innovative solutions for all phases of a project, from conception to attainment. The firm was founded by Mr. Italo V. Mackin, P.E., P.L.S., who has served as President since the firm's inception. The majority of our multi-disciplinary staff is based in our office located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. In addition, we have an office located in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
Services offered by Mackin include: Highway/Roadway Engineering, Structural Engineering, Traffic engineering, Civil Engineering, Land Surveying, Environmental Services, Community Planning Services, Landscape Architecture, GIS Services, Construction Inspection/Management.
Visit us on the web: www.mackinengineering.com
Trout Unlimited is providing our attendees with an optional tour Thursday afternoon.
Mission: "To conserve, protect and restore North America's coldwater fisheries and their watersheds."
Today TU is a national organization with more than 150,000 volunteers organized into about 400 chapters from Maine to Montana to Alaska. This dedicated grassroots army is matched by a respected staff of lawyers, policy experts and scientists, who work out of more than 30 offices nationwide. These conservation professionals ensure that TU is at the forefront of fisheries restoration work at the local, state and national levels.
The Susquehanna River Basin Commission is an agency with a mission - management ofthewater resources of the basin under comprehensive watershed management and planning principles.
As an interstate watershed agency, the Commission is uniquely qualified to carry out this mission. Our boundaries are determined by the Susquehanna River and its many tributaries that form the 27,510 square mile drainage area, not by political boundaries. Under the authority of the Susquehanna River Basin Compact, the Commission can deal with water resource problems occurring anywhere in the vast drainage area. The Commission has adopted a comprehensive plan to guide not only its own policies, but those of its members – New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland and the federal government. It is the official blueprint for the management and development of the basin’s water resources.