LEHIGH VALLEY, Pa. — Lehigh and Northampton County Master Watershed Stewards presents are a Fun, Informative Series of Presentations on Water quality topics. These workshops are scheduled at various locations around the Lehigh Valley and highlight presentations by local Water Resource Professionals and Penn State Extension Master Watershed Steward Volunteers. The programs are typically scheduled for one and a half hours; however, time varies among presenters and venues.
The next Tap Talk presentation is Coldwater Fisheries, on March 6, 2020, 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm, at Eight Oaks Farm Distillery, 7189 PA-309, New Tripoli, PA. Zachary Rudd, Conservation Officer, Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission is the presenter.
Join the PA Fish and Boat Commission to learn about the fish that call our local cold-water fisheries home. In this workshop you’ll learn how to properly identify fish and the habitats they live in; then the program will transition into angling techniques and the regulations that help protect these fascinating species.
To register https://extension.psu.edu/taptalk-coldwater-fisheries or 1-877-345-0691.
TapTalks are offered FREE of charge. Pre-registration is encouraged; however, walk-ins are welcome! Penn State Drinking Water and Pond Water Test Kits will be made available for participants.
–Penn State Extension