Wellsboro, Pa. -- Shell Appalachia has awarded the Ruffed Grouse Society a $25,000 grant in support of habitat work in Tioga State Forest designed to benefit wildlife and healthy forest regeneration.
A total of $396,000 in state grants have been awarded to Centre County organizations by the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources' Bureau of Recreation and Conservation for the protection of parks, wildlife, and trails so that visitors may continue to enjoy the dazzli…
Two different grants have led to the improvement and development of recreation in Potter County and in the PA Wilds, under Rep. Martin Causer.
The Pennsylvania Ski Areas Association (SkiPA) wants to make it easy and fun for families to learn a new sport and stay active this winter. The Snowpass program provides every fourth and fifth grader the opportunity to ski or snowboard for free, up to three times at 21 participating Pennsylv…
The Susquehanna chapter of Trout Unlimited will hold their annual meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 13. At the meeting, members will elect new directors and officers for 2020 and discuss the area of Big Pine Creek known as "The Stretch," as well as the Brown Trout Club program that works to keep th…
“It certainly bodes well for the future of the preserve,” reported Councilman Dan Hartman at the October 28 meeting of the Montour Area Recreation Commission (MARC).
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Williamsport -- Do you know what to do when you find an arrowhead in the cornfield? What should you do if you find relics of ancient people when you're exploring in the woods? Who owns the past and how can you help protect it?
Wilkes-Barre, Pa. -- Representatives from Energy Transfer received a Northeast Environmental Partnership Award for their collaborative work to create more than 100 acres of wildlife habitat in Bradford County, Pa.
The Susquehanna Greenway is a landscape full of opportunities not only for hiking, biking, and paddling, but also for rich cultural and historic treasures, some of which have ghostly pasts. As Halloween approaches, now’s the time to brush up on your Greenway ghouls and legends. So, grab your…
The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC) and Pennsylvania Game Commission are warning anglers and hunters to avoid online scams when purchasing their licenses. The warning follows several recent reports of customers paying for licenses through third-party websites not affiliated with…
Castanea Township, Pa. – Maintaining the surface of trails is essential to keeping them safe, and in light of this the Friends of Bald Eagle Valley Trail, Clinton County CleanScapes, and tractor operators from the Wayne County Township Landfill staff are holding a work day event to put a fre…
Humankind has observed the night skies for as long as there has been a humankind to speak of; people in all parts of the world are captivated by the ever-present stars and bright streaks of comets and meteors dancing across the darkness.
Last fall, many Pennsylvania residents were disappointed by a relative lack of autumn color compared to other years. Unusually warm weather in early October combined with widespread storms delayed color-turning and caused premature leaf shedding, leading to an unfortunately lackluster season.
Each year The Pennsylvania Trails Advisory Committee designates a Trail of the Year, a title meant to increase awareness and enthusiasm about Pennsylvania trails of every length and difficulty level.
Some places in our region are notoriously haunted, like the old Clinton County Jail in Lock Haven or the Cell Block in Williamsport. But local historian Lou Bernard said paranormal activity has been reported in a few places where you might least expect it:
Jeff Wheeland (R-Lycoming) will be hosting a Gun Law Seminar along with Rep. Garth Everett (R-Lycoming/Union) on Wednesday, Oct. 16, from 6 – 8 p.m. at the Woodward Township Fire Hall, located at 4147 N. Route 220 Hwy., Linden.
Each year during the first weekend of October, people across the Commonwealth take to the forests to explore and appreciate some of our state’s most beautiful features. The Center for Private Forests at Penn State and the Department of Conservation of Natural Resources have made an effort to…
Colorful little bugs that can fit on the tip of a finger are causing a world of trouble in the northeastern United States. The spotted lanternfly (Lycorma delicatula), a threat worth $18 billion to the state’s economy, has been troubling Pennsylvania’s agricultural industry since its discove…
To many, fall equals pumpkin picking, hayrides and corn mazes. Whether you are five, or 50, going to a corn maze is a challenging and fun time. But finding the perfect place can be corn-fusing. Explore our a-maze-ing list of corn mazes in the area:
Last week the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources issued its first Fall Foliage Report with regional comments on factors that influence foliage changes.