Spring signals the arrival of vernal pools. These temporary forest pools are a bustle of activity, as salamanders, frogs and toads crowd into them to court and mate.
We work to protect Pennsylvania's important freshwater resources for people and nature.
Become a citizen scientist. Your first assignment? Share your photos of Pennsylvania's rivers and streams.
Get an insiders look at vernal pools and the wildlife that depend on them.
Take a virtual tour of remote Fette island, one of the largest islands in French Creek yet relatively inaccessible to development.
Explore the quilt or create your own fund in support of women and water.
Learn how rain gardens protect drinking water - and see how easy it is to build a rain garden in your own backyard!
Watch this video to understand the connection between preserving our forests and fresh drinking water in Pennsylvania.
Learn about the importance of migratory fish, active floodplains and sufficient flow levels through our latest video.