Ecosystem Services Provided within the Conewago Watershed
Posted: September 2, 2012
Cover crops provide multiple ecosystem services - improving soil health, N-cycling, and water quality protection
Ecosystem Services in the Conewago Watershed
Penn State Environmental Resource Management students, Jayne Ulrich and Jessica Moldovsky, and recent graduate, Kristen Kyler, teamed up to develop a video product that features local landowners and partners within the Conewago Creek Collaborative Initiative, and Lower Susquehanna region, to discuss what ecosystem services are and what stewards of the land can do to improve water quality, habitat, soil health, and a number of other public goods.
Kudos to these Conewago Initiative interns for their work to improve public understanding about environmental, social, and public health benefits that are outcomes of good conservation. View Ecosystem Services in the Conewago Watershed.