Many visitors to public lands enjoy hunting as outdoor recreation. DCNR is helping educate about impacts to hunting and natural resources.
DCNR thanks veterans across PA and the U.S. for their service. Read more to learn about how DCNR is honoring these brave men and women.
DCNR strives to protect millions of acres of public lands and waterways -- and to create a sustainable future.
Changing leaves. Brisk air. Tranquil trails. Fall can be an ideal time to get outdoors across Pa. because our natural places put on a show!
DCNR geologists recently helped site a new well at Moraine State Park that will provide high-quality drinking water and save money.
Birding, or birdwatching, is a popular hobby, especially in Pa. where there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy our feathered friends.
There’s still time to enjoy summer fun at Pennsylvania state parks, even after the Labor Day holiday weekend.
A DCNR strategic initiative is to better engage with Pennsylvania’s youth, including expanding the ways we connect with young adults.
The invasive and destructive emerald ash borer is responsible for hundreds of millions of dead and dying ash trees.
DCNR has a goal of conserving, protecting, and restoring surface water resources and aquatic ecosystems on public lands.
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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