November 17 Weekly PA Wilds News Digest

November 17, 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 media coverage of public lands in the PA Wilds, coverage continues on the Sugar Bay Wildfire in the Allegheny National Forest, which is now completely contained. There is also a fun story about a couple that visited all of the PA state parks.

On the PA Wilds visitor blog, John Pozza wrote about some of his favorite trails to explore in the area. Lou Bernard wrote about the I-80 Frontier, the only PA Wilds landscape that is named after a human-made feature.

On the PA Wilds Center blog, Miles Welby A Candle Co. in Williamsport is celebrating the outdoors with a special PA Wilds-themed candle line, which is now part of the PA Wilds licensing program and supports the Center’s mission.

On the PA Wilds Marketplace blog, Jo Wolfe gives a list of some of her favorite gifts made by PA Wilds artisans that are available on

Parks, forests, rivers
Allegheny National Forest
Sugar Bay wildfire contained – The Bradford Era
Bald Eagle State Park
Cherry Springs State Park
Clarion River
Looking back in time – The Clarion News
Cook Forest State Park
Kinzua Bridge State Park
Sled dogs visit KBSP – The Bradford Era
Parker Dam State Park
Sinnemahoning State Park
So much to do in the region – The Bradford Era
Sproul State Forest
Susquehannock State Forest
Landscapes and Journeys
Elk Country
So much to do in the region – The Bradford Era
PA Grand Canyon / Pine Creek Valley / Pine Creek Rail Trail

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