Work continues on a goal of planting 95,000 acres of forest buffers along waterways throughout the state by 2025.
In response to need for on-the-ground, active conservation efforts, DCNR establishes statewide network for conservation of native plants.
Restore PA funding could help communities upgrade and expand green infrastructure, such as local and state parks, state forests, and trails.
New invasive species are expected to move into the commonwealth, and those already here could increase due to changing climate.
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