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Well Care Videos

Free videos from PrivateWellClass.org

2019 Private Well Conference – Recorded Live May 21-23, 2019

The 2019 Private Well Conference, held May 21-23, 2019 in Harrisburg, PA, was a national workshop that united the private well community and emphasized the importance of collaboration and partnerships.  

The conference is a one of a kind event with national scope and exclusive focus on private wells. The 126 attendees from 33 states at the two and a half day event included educators, public health professionals, drillers, researchers, and other stakeholders who shared new ideas in outreach and experiences with private wells and private well owners. The conference included 25 presentations, a driller's panel, and twelve 5-minute lightning talks! 

What Water Testing Labs Need to Know about Private Wells - Recorded Live June 19, 2018

In this webinar recording we will cover what water testing laboratories need to know to answer questions from well owners that go beyond water quality. We'll also cover examples of successful partnership programs and effective educational and outreach tools. The webinar will answer questions such as: 

  • The proper care of a private well,
  • The importance of testing well water, and
  • Deciphering and understanding sample results.


Click here to sign up for our free well care e-course.

What Water Testing Labs Need to Know about Private Wells - Recorded Live July 19, 2016

In this webinar recording we will cover what water testing laboratories need to know to answer questions from well owners that go beyond water quality. We'll also cover examples of successful partnership programs and effective educational and outreach tools. The webinar will answer questions such as: 
  • The proper care of a private well,
  • The importance of testing well water, and
  • Deciphering and understanding sample results.


Click here to sign up for our free well care e-course.

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The Private Well Class is a collaboration between the Rural Community Assistance Partnership and the University of Illinois, through the Illinois State Water Survey and the Illinois Water Resources Center, and funded by the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency.