December 1 Weekly PA Wilds News Digest

December 1, 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.

On the PA Wilds Center blog, the PA Wilds Planning Team recently visited Leonard Harrison State Park and saw the renovations, including the site of the future PA Wilds Conservation Shop. The licensing partnership also continues with Starr Hill Winery with the addition of Squatch N Berry in cans.

On the PA Wilds visitor blog, Britt tells the story of a recent trip to Parker Dam with her dogs which didn’t go exactly as planned but was still a fun learning experience. The PA Department of Conservation and Natural Resources also contributed a guide on how to handle various situations in the outdoors.

In media coverage, Miles Welby’s new candle line in partnership with the PA Wilds Center made the news. The news coverage also continues about the potential of whitewater recreation in Clearfield County.




Parks, forests, rivers

Allegheny National Forest
Bald Eagle State Park
Black Moshannon State Park
Cherry Springs State Park
Clarion River
Cook Forest State Park
Kinzua Bridge State Park
Susquehanna State Park

Our state park – Williamsport Sun-Gazette

Susquehannock State Forest
The 3 Most Remote Spots in Pennsylvania And How to Safely Get There – A-Z Animals (Hammersley Wild Area in PA Wilds)

Tiadaghton State Forest
Landscapes and Journeys
Pine Creek Valley / PA Grand Canyon / Pine Creek Rail Trail

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