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From kayaking to fishing, Pennsylvania's rivers, lakes and streams provide ample opportunity for outdoor adventure.
Watch this slideshow to learn more about Pennsylvania's feathered inhabitants—big and small, common and rare.
What’s the connection between Pennsylvania’s forests and the water we drink? Forests help keep our drinking water clean long before it arrives at the water treatment plant.
The Dick and Nancy Eales Preserve at Moosic Mountain is a hardy, rugged place with austere winter beauty and spectacular year-round views.
A Nature Conservancy poll found that people want to protect forests as natural gas development expands. Check out the Infographic!
Share your photos of our state's rivers and streams and help Conservancy scientists assess our freshwater priorities.
The Canaan fir is struggling to survive in the wild thanks to an invasive insect.
Floodplains are some of the most valuable places on Earth, both for people and wildlife.
Watch this video to understand the connection between preserving our forests and fresh drinking water in Pennsylvania.