PA Wilds Center, Leave No Trace establish sustainable tourism partnership

The PA Wilds Center for Entrepreneurship and Leave No Trace have developed a partnership to promote sustainable tourism practices across the 13-county Pennsylvania Wilds region, which is explored by millions of visitors each year. The PA Wilds Center, a nonprofit whose mission is to marry conservation and economic development in a way that strengthens and…

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PA Wilds now seeking 2022 Champion Award nominations

PA Wilds now seeking 2022 Champion Award nominations 2022 PA Wilds Dinner & Awards planned for summertime Do you know of an individual, organization, community, or businesses that in the last year has helped to grow and sustainably develop the outdoor recreation economy and nature tourism in the PA Wilds? Nominate them for a PA…

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Three Pennsylvania Wilds Winners Announced for Pennsylvania Park and Forests 2018 Awards

Three Pennsylvania Wilds Winners Announced for Pennsylvania Park and Forests 2018 Awards Annual awards recognize exemplary work on behalf of parks, forests, recreation and conservation The Pennsylvania Parks and Forests Foundation (PPFF) annual awards recognize the outstanding service, programs, and exemplary work being done in state parks and forests by leaders across the state. The…

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WPPSEF and PA Wilds Center Celebrate Stewardship Partnership: Clean Energy Funding Workshop Announced for December 15 in McKean County

WPPSEF and PA Wilds Center Celebrate Stewardship Partnership: Clean Energy Funding Workshop Announced for December 15 in McKean County December 1, 2017 — On December 15 in Kane, West Penn Power Sustainable Energy Fund (WPPSEF) will host a “Breakfast with the Fund” seminar in Kane to present funding opportunities for clean energy projects for both…

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Love Your Mother – Community Conservation Clean Up

Love Your Mother – Community Conservation Clean Ups Saturday, April 8 was a special day for Clinton County CleanScapes, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to help communities clean up waterways and landscapes. Fifty-four volunteers turned out to rural Chapman Township, Clinton County, to participate in the Young Woman’s Creekside Beautification Day – and I…

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