Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Outdoor Recreation, PA Waterways Subject Of PEC TV Program Now Online

Outdoor recreation on Pennsylvania’s waterways is the topic of conversation in the second “Environmental Focus,” a half-hour television talk show from the PA Environmental Council.  The program is now available online for viewing.
The show, which debuted on the Pennsylvania Cable Network on July 12, features one of the first one-on-one interviews with Cindy Adams Dunn, the new secretary of the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.
In this interview, Secretary Dunn discusses her views on Pennsylvania’s waterways and the role they play in outdoor recreation across the Commonwealth. Following her interview, a roundtable discussion on outdoor recreation will include National Park Service outdoor recreation planner Jackie Kramer, Eric Martin, owner of Wilderness Voyageurs, and Patrick Starr, executive vice president of the PA Environmental Council.
“Pennsylvania’s watersheds are a crucial aspect of our Commonwealth’s environment,” Starr said. “Not only is this installment of ‘Environmental Focus’ an educational tool for the viewers at home, but also a great way for the panelists to engage in productive discussion to better Pennsylvania’s environment.
“We think ‘Environmental Focus’ is an effective tool for reaching important audiences and openly discussing the issues, ideas, and challenges facing the Pennsylvania environment,” PEC president and CEO Davitt Woodwell said, “And PEC hopes to lead the discussion on these issues in ways that elevate the debate in a thoughtful, transparent, and productive way.”
To view the debut episode of “Environmental Focus” on the Pennsylvania state budget from May, Click Here.

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