The December 21 edition of the Resource newsletter is now available from the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources featuring articles on--
-- Managing Stormwater Naturally With Green Parks
-- DCNR/PA Urban & Community Forestry Council Award TreeVitalize Grants Statewide
-- State Park First Day Hikes Offer Invigorating Start To New Year
-- Denton Hill State Park Master Planning Effort Gains Momentum In Potter County
-- DCNR: $45M In Community Conservation Partnership Grants, Next Round Due Jan. 23
-- Apply Now For PA Outdoor Corps For Youth Job Openings Feb. to Nov.
-- PA State Parks, Forests Offer Visitors A Winter Playground
-- Nominations Now Being Accepted For DCNR/PRPA Green Parks Award
-- Hawk Mountain Has Record Bald Eagle County
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Can Recreation Economy Help Revitalize Small Towns On The Ohio River?
Western PA Conservancy Buys 170 Acres In Crawford County
Trail Connection Extends Circuit Trails In Bucks County
Safety Improvements Planned Along Lackawanna River Heritage Trail
Laurel Mountain Ski Resort Reopens After Years Of False Starts
Grants Pave Way For Hempfield Park Upgrade
Take Five Fridays With Pam, PA Parks & Forests Foundation
Op-Ed: Keep Pittsburgh’s Rivers Open For Business & Recreation
Pittsburgh’s Health Ride Bike-Sharing Program To Expand
Editorial: Limits On Bike Lanes In Pittsburgh
AP: Philadelphia National Parks Official Billed Vacation Costs To NPS
Op-Ed: Trump Should Make Our National Parks Great Again Too
[Posted Dec. 22, 2016]