Healthy Lands Week Set For Sept. 23 to Oct. 1, Register Your Projects, Events Now

Healthy Lands Week is a statewide initiative to strengthen volunteer activities, engage visitors, and raise awareness of stewardship of cultural and natural resources.

Through volunteer events, educational programs, recreational programs, volunteer recognition, and other initiatives, it is an annual “rallying cry” for public engagement in the places and landscapes that make Pennsylvania home.

This year’s impactful event runs from National Public Lands Day on September 23 through A Walk in Penn’s Woods Day on October 1.

Healthy Lands Week also supports Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful’s Pick Up Pennsylvania initiative.

Visit the Healthy Lands Week website to learn more and to register your projects and events.

(Reprinted from WeConservePA website.)

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-- Audubon Mid-Atlantic Healthy Forest Initiative: July 19 Webinar - Opportunities For Strategic Forest Conservation Partnerships With Land Trusts  [PaEN]

-- Foundation For Pennsylvania Watersheds Seeks Next Executive Director - John Dawes Retiring [PaEN]

[Posted: June 13, 2023]


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