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In light of International Dark Sky Week (April 15-21), here are some ways you can enjoy PA’s dark skies and help mitigate light pollution.
As we approach Earth Day, one of our biggest challenges is how to respond and adapt to a changing climate. We need to act.
Waterfalls are beautiful sights that can be the pinnacle of any hike. PA is home to countless waterfalls, many at state parks and forests.
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.