August 11 Weekly PA Wilds News Digest

August 11, 2023 Weekly Digest: Recent News from the PA Wilds

The PA Wilds Weekly Digest is a roundup of news articles about the PA Wilds, the region’s public lands and its Landscapes and Journeys that have been published over the past week.

Note: some of the news websites may have paywalls that prevent you from reading their content.

Enjoy this week’s PA Wilds News Clips below. In the PA Wilds Center news mentions, there is a lot of continuing coverage about the PA Wilds Dinner and the 2023 PA Wilds Champions. Many media outlets throughout the region continue to highlight the winners in their specific area.
On the PA Wilds Center blog, you’ll find the write-up on the recent welcome party for the Wilds Are Working participants in Warren. There are also two Requests for Proposals, one for an event photographer for the Media Lab grand opening and another for a signage maker for the Media Lab. On the PA Wilds visitor-facing blog, writer Kalie Schmader highlighted some of the high clips
high-performance and energy-efficient buildings in the PA Wilds and why these buildings improve the visitor experience.



Parks, forests, rivers

Allegheny National Forest
Legislators calling for NPS unit status for NCT – Times Observer (North Country Trail potentially could have National Park Service status)
Allegheny River
Bald Eagle State Forest
Cherry Springs State Park
Clarion River
Cook Forest State Park
Kettle Creek State Park
Kinzua Bridge State Park
Kinzua events scheduled – The Derrick
Little Pine State Park
Lyman Run State Park
Parker Dam State Park
Sproul State Forest
Susquehannock State Forest
Tiadaghton State Forest
Landscapes and Journeys
Elk Country

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