October 6 Weekly PA Wilds News Digest

October 6, 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 blog, you’ll find the exciting news about the EDA funding that the PA Wilds Center for Entrepreneurship will receive, along with information about how it will be used for six plans over the next three years to further the Center’s mission. Also on the PA Wilds Center blog, there is a recap of the Allegheny National Forest’s Centennial celebration and the Center’s presence at the event. There is also the October post of the monthly PA Wilds partner opportunities and resources roundup.

On the PA Wilds visitor blog, Lou Bernard’s annual Ghosts of the PA Wilds series has started! Look for a new spooky historical story each Monday in October. Western PA Conservancy contributed news of new public lands that were added to Elk State Forest, and the PA DCNR Bureau of Forestry contributed another fall piece in their Forest Fridays series.

In the Wilds Cooperative of Pennsylvania blog, there is a recap of the fall WCO membership meeting that took place on the same day as the grand opening of the PA Wilds Media Lab in Kane.

Forest Fridays: Fall in the forest – Ryan Reed, Forest Fridays
Member & Partner Press Releases
WCO Member Spotlights


PA Wilds opens Media Lab in Kane – Tioga Publishing
Parks, forests, rivers
Allegheny National Forest
These Small Towns In the Mid-Atlantic Come Alive In The Fall – WorldAtlas (Clarion and Kane mentioned)
Allegheny River
Family-Owned Ice Cream Shop Opens in Warren County – Erie News Now (River’s Edge)
Bald Eagle State Park
Bendigo State Park
Black Moshannon State Park
Cherry Springs State Park
Clarion River
These Small Towns In the Mid-Atlantic Come Alive In The Fall – WorldAtlas (Clarion and Kane mentioned)
These Small Towns In the Mid-Atlantic Come Alive In The Fall – WorldAtlas (Clarion and Kane mentioned)
Colton Point State Park
Cook Forest State Park
Fall programs planned at Cook Forest – The Courier Express
Denton Hill State Park
Elk State Forest
Elk State Park
Kettle Creek State Park
Kinzua Bridge State Park
Leonard Harrison State Park
Little Pine State Park
Little Pine Fall Festival to be held Oct. 15 – Williamsport Sun-Gazette
Lyman Run State Park
Parker Dam State Park
SB Elliott State Park
Sinnemahoning State Park
Sizerville State Park
Community Calendar – Tioga Publishing
Tiadaghton State Forest
Landscapes and Journeys
Dark Skies
Elk Country
Elk Scenic Drive
I-80 Frontier
PA Grand Canyon / Pine Creek Valley / Pine Creek Rail Trail
Photography Club member displays work at Deane Center – Tioga Publishing (WCO member Linda Stager!)
Scenic Route 6

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