Friday, October 16, 2020

Oct. 16 Take Five Fridays With Pam, PA Parks & Forests Foundation

October 16 Take Five Fridays With Pam and now available from the PA Parks & Forests Foundation featuring articles on--

-- Friends Of Canoe Creek, REI’s Bedford Center Plant Trees Around The Park

-- Visit The Indiana County EcoTour and Indiana County GeoTrail

-- Check DCNR’s Fall Foliage Report For The Latest On Leaves

-- Volunteers Needed To Serve On DCNR’s Trails Advisory Committee

-- Visit the Foundation Calendar and DCNR’s Calendar To Find Events Near You

Click Here to read the entire Take Five.

For more information on programs, initiatives, special events and how you can get involved, visit the PA Parks & Forests Foundation website.  Click Here to sign up for regular updates from the Foundation,  Like them on Facebook or Follow them on Twitter or tune in to their YouTube ChannelClick Here to become a member of the Foundation.

The Foundation and their 46 chapters mobilize 65,000 volunteers annually to steward YOUR state parks and forests.

(Photo: Best Seat In The House, R.B. Winter State Park, Union County by fotography by felicia.)


Op-Ed: Now Is The Time To Invest In Parks, Not Cut Them - Larry Williamson

Op-Ed: As Life Moves Outdoors During COVID, Lean On PA’s Special Strength - Riverlife, Pittsburgh

Related Articles:

-- State Parks Continue To Break Visitor Records In September: 4.7 Million Visitors, Up 31 percent Over Last Year

-- DCNR Awards $7.6 Million For 41 Trail Planning, Construction, Rehab Projects, Including ATV, Snowmobile Trails 

-- DCNR’s 4th Fall Foliage Report Shows Fall Colors Blazing All Across PA

-- DCNR Good Natured Pennsylvanians: Lesli Barnett & Dave Saidoo

-- PA Parks & Forests Foundation PA Wildfires Lunch & Learn Presentation

-- Latest Penn’s Stewards Newsletter: Staycation Ideas, Parks Used Like Never Before, Graffiti Removal, Volunteers Make It Happen

-- PA Parks & Forests Foundation Oct. 15 PA Wildfires Lunch & Learn Presentation

-- October 14 DCNR Resource Newsletter

-- Allegheny Land Trust Receives $1 Million Grant For Churchill Valley Greenway Preservation Project

[Posted: October 16, 2020]  PA Environment Digest

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