Good Natured Blog

  • Aerial Assault: Dead and Dying Ash Trees Pose Hazard from Above

    The invasive and destructive emerald ash borer is responsible for hundreds of millions of dead and dying ash trees.

  • Forests, Floodplains, and Fish – They’re all Connected to Water Quality

    DCNR has a goal of conserving, protecting, and restoring surface water resources and aquatic ecosystems on public lands.

  • ​Aiming for a New Outdoor Hobby? Give Archery a Shot

    Many Pennsylvania state parks provide opportunities for individuals to learn about archery, get started with the sport, or improve skills.

  • Get Up and Try a New Water Sport: Stand-up Paddleboarding

    Paddleboarding is a water sport that is great exercise, helps you explore natural places, and can be enjoyed at many Pa. state parks.

  • DCNR Working to Mitigate and Adapt to Climate Change on Public Lands

    Read about DCNR’s approach to reducing our carbon footprint, increasing carbon sequestration, and conservation and land management.