This document details the method used to develop the Aquatic Invasive Species Great Lakes Site Prioritization tool.
This document details the method used to develop the Great Lakes Surveillance Framework Watch List.
Pennsylvania outlines actions to reduce phosphorus in Lake Erie.
This risk assessment report was conducted to define the priority pathways through which aquatic plant species may move throughout the Great Lakes region and identify gaps in knowledge, management, compliance and law enforcement, and education for these pathways. The results of this risk assessment are intended to guide future activities that may reduce the risk of introduction of aquatic plants into waterways across the Great Lakes region.
The Pennsylvania Wellhead Protection Plan outlines implementation of wellhead protection, including area delineation, contaminant identification, contingency planning, and management approaches.
The Pennsylvania Source Water Protection program webpages provides information on Pennsylvania's source water protection programs, and links to GIS data and community source water assessments.
The Pennsylvania Rural Water Authority provides free technical assistance to small community water and wastewater systems. The PRWA Source Water Protection Program assists communities with wellhead protection and surface water protection, and provides templates to facilitate source water protection plan development.
The PA DEP open data portal provides GIS data for drinking water, water quality, and other resources.
The Lake Erie Lakewide Management Plan (LaMP) is a binational action plan for restoring and protecting the Lake Erie ecosystem. The Lake Erie Partnership develops and implements the LAMP. U.S. EPA and Environment Canada lead the Partnership. This plan facilitates information sharing, sets priorities, and helps coordinate binational environmental protection and restoration activities.