Thursday, September 27, 2018

Week 1 - Fall Foliage Report: Trees Starting To Change Along PA’s Northern Border

The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Thursday released its first Fall Foliage Report showing some leaves are just starting to change ever so slightly along Pennsylvania’s northern border.
Foresters have noted some localized areas of early leaf drop on maple, cherry, and oak species due to the excessively wet summer and related outbreaks of fungi.
Despite these setbacks, Commonwealth forests are still well-stocked with leaves of over 100 tree, shrub, and vine species. With cooler, seasonal temperatures in the forecast, Penn’s Woods remain poised to deliver some great fall color!
Click Here for this week’s map and all the details!  Visit DCNR’s Fall Foliage Report webpage for more information.
Visitors can get suggestions about the best spots to view fall foliage on the Penn's Woods Fall Foliage story map and on the Pennsylvania Tourism Office website.
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