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Thursday, September 3, 2015

Water Well Drilling Field Day, Tuesday, September 22nd, 2015

Penn State Extension will sponsor a Well Drilling Field Day on Tuesday, September 22nd from 9AM to Noon, at the Donald J. Comes Learning Center, located at 9021 Route 46 in Norwich Township. Participants will be able to see a water-well being constructed. Allegany Well Drilling will be drilling the water well and Penn State Extension Water Resources Extension Educator, Jim Clark, will help explain the process and share Penn State Extension Water Team educational resources as the day proceeds. 

Pennsylvania and Alaska are the two states left with no statewide water well construction or location standards and it is important for private water supply owners to be educated about how to properly construct a well, to protect the quality of their finished well water. The program is FREE and open to the public, but pre-registration is required by calling Jim Clark at 814-887-5613, or emailing him at Interested individuals can also register on line at

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Please squash the continued rumor about PA putting meters on home water wells! This rumor continues to swirl that ALL home water sources will be monitored for usage and you will pay a per gallon fee! NOT TRUE..NOT TRUE..NOT TRUE Water well siting and driller licensing, YES...NOT METERING.