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PA Forestry Assn: Special Earth Day Edition Of Pennsylvania Forests Quarterly
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The special Earth Day 50 PA edition of Pennsylvania Forests Quarterly is now available from the PA Forestry Association featuring articles on--

-- 1970 - The First Earth Day At PA Forestry Association

-- Profile Of Maurice Goddard

-- Profile Of Everett George Rodebaugh, PFA President

-- Profile Of Richard Lewis on Earth Day 1970

-- Oh, The Memories! John D. Laskowski

-- Out Of The Frying Pan, Into The Fire - Nancy G.W. Baker

-- Impact & Inspiration - Wayne Kober

-- Planting Memories Of Earth Day - Gene Odato

-- John Muir: America's Naturalist

-- Earth Day At 50 - PA Milestones In Forestry Timeline

-- Pennsylvania Forests - Looking At The Past To See Into The Future

-- Earth Day 50 And DCNR's Bureau Of Forestry

-- Origins Of Earth Day

-- Connecting Kids To Nature

-- Leave No Trace Earth Day Hiking

-- Plan To Host A Walk In Penn's Woods In October

-- Nominations Invited For 3 Major PA Forestry Association Awards

-- Purple, A New Color In The Woods

-- PA Forestry Assn. Memorial Forestry Education Fund

-- Latest On Spotted Lanternfly Quarantine

Click Here to read this special issue.

For more information on programs, initiatives, upcoming events and how you can get involved, visit the PA Forestry Association webpage.

Earth Day 50 PA

Visit the Earth Day 50 PA website for more special events, Earth Day 1970 remembrances, environmental reading lists and more.

Related Articles - Remembering  Earth Day 1970:

Earth Day 50 PA: Edwin Charles: The Earth Day Teach-In Must Continue

Earth Day 50 PA: Marci Mowery: A Sense Of Place In This World

Earth Day 50 PA: Richard Lewis: What I Did On The First Earth Day 50 Years Ago

Earth Day 50 PA: Wayne Kober: Impact & Inspiration From First Earth Day

Earth Day 50 PA: Earth Day At 50: Progression, Emergence, Park & Rec Involvement

PA Environmental Council At 50: We Had To Do Something

PA Environmental Council At 50: Taking The Lead

PA Environmental Council At 50: A New Millennium

PA Environmental Council At 50: Securing Our Environmental Rights

Related Articles- Earth Day:

Op-Ed: My Fellow Conservatives Are Out Of Touch On The Environment - Fmr. Gov. Tom Ridge

Op-Ed: 50th Earth Day: Time To Consider Wiser Course - We Are All Of This Earth And Dependent On It - Bernie McGurl, Lackawanna River Conservation Association

Op-Ed: Earth Day 1970 Changed My Life - Carol Collier, The Academy Of Natural Sciences

Op-Ed: Earth Day 50: A Wakeup Call To The Scientific Community - Science Matters -Roland Wall, Director, Ruth Patrick Center For Environmental Research

Op-Ed: Earth Day - 50 Years And Counting - Joanne Shafer, Centre County Recycling Coordinator

Earth Day 2020 – Bringing Pennsylvanians Together Even Though We’re Apart

DEP’s Blog: Earth Day 50 PA: DEP Staff Reflections

DEP’s Blog: By Acting On Climate, We Help Make Every Day Earth Day - DEP Secretary Patrick McDonnell

DEP’s Blog: Peregrine Falcons Soar In PA As Earth Day Celebrates 50 Years

DCNR Good Natured Blog: Looking Toward Earth Day 2070 - DCNR Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn

DCNR Good Natured Blog: Earth Day At Home

PA Parks & Forests Foundation Posts Special Earth Day 50 PA Newsletter

Shippensburg University Hosted Virtual Campus Climate Commitment Signing Event

Pittsburgh Organizations Going 100% Renewable Energy On Earth Day's 50th Anniversary

Western PA Conservancy: Honoring Earth Day By Preserving An Historic Farm In Westmoreland County

Pocono Arts Council Announces Online The Earth Speaks VI - A Juried Exhibition On The Environmental Crisis

Fmr EPA Officials Release Special Environmental Protection - A Half Century Of Progress Reports For Students, Teachers

[Posted: April 23, 2020]


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