Monday, September 26, 2016

Save the Loyalsock Coalition Hosts Educational Hikes Oct. 2 In Lycoming County

The Save the Loyalsock Coalition will host several educational hikes on October 2 along the Old Loggers Path in the Loyalsock State Forest in Canton, Lycoming County for hikers of all skill levels beginning at 10:00 a.m.
The event is based at the Old Loggers Path trailhead in the historic ghost town of Masten and will highlight the wildlife and natural wonders found in the Loyalsock State Forest. Clyde Peeling of Reptiland will provide a presentation about native snakes.
The Old Loggers Path, one of Pennsylvania’s finest backpacking trails, is located within the 25,000-acre Clarence Moore Tract of the Loyalsock State Forest, which is currently under threat of natural gas development.
The program will provide an opportunity to learn about the risks natural gas drilling poses to our public lands.
Click Here for more information on the hikes and to register.

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