Yes, Penn State University offers offer educational programs on fresh-water ecosystems (water irrigation practices, water management/conservation) for local or national communities. They are free and paid educational programs on topics that include fresh water ecosystems programs such as Watershed Stewards and water management and conservation programs such as pond management and watershed restoration programs. The university also offers educational programs on fresh-water ecosystems for youth that include stormwater education, watersheds, and water quality issues. 

Penn State’s Agriculture and Environment Center focuses on solving water quality challenges related to the impacts of land use and land management by fostering partnerships with stakeholders engaged in land and water issues. It integrates education, research, community outreach, and extension assets to help communities and stakeholders solve land and water-related environmental problems at multiple scales.  

The Penn State Extension Center provides many programs and resources about water irrigation practices, management, and conservation.