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State Forester and Bureau of Forestry Director Daniel Devlin is retiring, ending a career of state service that spans almost four decades.
The importance of forests to clean water is well understood, and increasingly important in a warming climate.
When the temperature drops and the snow falls, it’s not uncommon to hear the question, "How is climate change real if the winter is cold?"
Long-time cross-country skier and state lands enthusiast, Jim Sota, got his first real taste of the sport more than 40 years ago.
From 1933 to 1942, hundreds of thousands of unemployed men worked as part of the Civilian Conservation Corps in 151 camps in PA.