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Aug. 27 Take Five Fridays With Pam Now Available From PA Parks & Forests Foundation
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The August 27 Take Five Fridays With Pam is now available from the PA Parks & Forests Foundation.

Lots of information about what happened last week in state parks and forests and what’s coming up this week for you to enjoy!

Click Here to read the entire Take Five.

For more information on programs, initiatives, special events and how you can get involved, visit the PA Parks & Forests Foundation website.  Click Here to sign up for regular updates from the Foundation,  Like them on Facebook or Follow them on Twitter or tune in to their YouTube ChannelClick Here to become a member of the Foundation.

The Foundation and their 46 chapters mobilize 65,000 volunteers annually to steward YOUR state parks and forests.

(Photo: Worlds End State Park, Sullivan County by Wandering Out Yonder.)

NewsClips:

-- PennLive - Marcus Schneck: Central PA Man Runs A Mile In Every PA State Park - All 121

-- SunburyDI: Friends Group Formed For R.B. Winter State Park

-- DCNR: Walk With A Doc - Advancing Wellness Through Nature

-- PA Cap-Star: State Officials Throw Their Support Behind ‘Collaborative’ Efforts To Combat Invasive Species  - Agenda/Testimony - Video Of Hearing

-- WilliamsportS: Residents Cut Off, One Route Into Leonard Harrison State Park Closed Due To Flooding, Storm Damage

-- PG: Pittsburgh’s New CitiParks Website Puts Fun On The Map

Related Articles:

-- DCNR: Celebrates Grand Opening Of Kury Point, Recognizing The Legacy Of PA's Environmental Rights Amendment At Shikellamy State Park

-- Gov. Wolf Unveils State Forest Action Plan To Address Next 10 Years Of Strategic Initiatives In PA Forests; Shale Gas Development Promotes Forest Fragmentation 

-- PA Parks & Forests Foundation: Ready for Your Next Outdoor Adventure? There’s An App for That!

[Posted: August 27, 2021]


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