Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Manada Conservancy Hosts Watershed Health Program Oct. 10 In Hershey; Other Programs This Fall

The Manada Conservancy will host a Watershed Health Program featuring Scott Ensign of the Stroud Water Research Center on October 10 at the South Hanover Township Building, 161 Patriot Way in Hershey, Dauphin County from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Water resources are a precious commodity. Ensign will discuss the health of some local watersheds and ways they can be protected for years to come.
This program is free and open to the public; registration is appreciated by sending email to: or call 717-566-4122.
Other Fall Programs
-- September 21: Owl Pellet Lab For Youth, Camp Catherine, 1275 Swatara Creek Road, Hershey, 10:00 a.m. to Noon. Middle school-aged students are invited to a free dissection lab with real owl pellets!  Learn about food webs & ecology, animal structures & anatomy, and lots of natural history about owls with Dr. Steve Rannels. Registration is required, and space is limited; so sign up early! Call 717-566-4122 or email
-- October 6: 3rd Annual Walk In Penn's Woods, Halifax, 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. Join us for a free guided 1.5-mile walk at the Ibberson Conservation Area (East) in scenic Powell’s Valley.  Nature will be observed at its finest with field expert Ian Gardner and DCNR Service Forester Andy Brought. Wear sturdy shoes for uneven terrain; this walk is not wheelchair or stroller friendly.  Co-sponsored by Dauphin County Woodland Owners Association. Please register by October 3 by calling 717-566-4122 or emailing office@manada.orgClick Here for more details.
-- November 14: Manada Conservancy Preservation Updates, East Hanover township Building, 8848 Jonestown Road, Granville, 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Find out about Manada Conservancy’s protected land, what it’s like to have “boots on the ground,” and what we see there. Check after October 1 for more information. Registration for this free program is appreciated at or 717-566-4122. 
For more information on programs, initiatives, upcoming events and how you can get involved, visit the Manada Conservancy website.
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