Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn reflects on DCNR's most notable accomplishments during 2018
Grants support communities throughout Pennsylvania working to protect and improve natural amenities for our citizens.
Participate in a fun and educational outdoor activity by enjoying a Walk in Penn's Woods event!
Learn about the key factors that create the stunning display of fall colors that adorn Pennsylvania each year!
PA communities are seeing the value of connecting to trail corridors--creating close-to-home recreation and bringing vitality to downtowns.
To recognize trails' many values, we are celebrating Pennsylvania trails in September -- PA Trails Month!
They Keystone Fund’s 25th anniversary was July 2, 2018, and DCNR and its partners continue to celebrate the fund and its successes!
DCNR employees have gone above and beyond to further the goals of the agency. Staff were recognized at the 2018 Employee Recognition Awards.
From 1933 to 1942, hundreds of thousands of unemployed men worked as part of the Civilian Conservation Corps in 151 camps in PA.
Tucked in the Nippenose Valley is a former red brick elementary school, an example of a strong public-private partnership.
Good Natured -- giving you a look at the good things happening in Pennsylvania’s natural places. From recreation activities to enjoy at our state parks and forests, to what DCNR is doing for you and the outdoors. We’ll bring you helpful information and tips to keep you “in the know” -- where to go, what to do, and ways to enjoy the beautiful Pennsylvania outdoors.
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