April 04, 2014
Part of $35 million investment in the Delaware River watershed to protect drinking water for 17 million people
Four Key Leaders from Across the Keystone State Join
The Nature Conservancy’s Pennsylvania Board of Trustees
February 10, 2014
The Nature Conservancy’s Pennsylvania Board of Trustees welcomed four additional members to its ranks prior to the New Year. Learn More
August 08, 2013
Leading Conservation Organization Welcomes New Trustees from Philadelphia and Pittsburgh Learn More
New Partnership Releases Path-breaking Guide to Stimulate Private Investment in Natural Infrastructure Nationwide
New York, New York
March 07, 2013
Report is first effort of “NatLab”, an Innovative Cross-Sector Partnership between the Nature Conservancy, the Natural Resources Defense Council and EKO Asset Management Partners Learn More
LOCK HAVEN, PENNSYLVANIA
October 25, 2012
Lock Haven City Authority, as a partner in The Nature Conservancy’s Working Woodlands Program, agrees to forever protect and sustainably manage its forest and freshwater resources Learn More
July 11, 2012
John Ehinger and Will Whetzel are newest members of Conservancy's state board Learn More
March 26, 2012
Two new members bring experience in the business community and the non-profit sector to The Nature Conservancy’s Pennsylvania Board of Trustees Learn More
April 22, 2012
When the goal is to plant 150,000 trees over 250 acres in a reforestation effort on an old strip mine, it can seem daunting for any one person to try. "But acting together as a group, like the passengers did on Flight 93, we can accomplish a lot," Joe Pizarchik, director of the U.S. Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement, told about 150 volunteers gathered Saturday morning in a field in the midst of the Flight 93 National Memorial in Stonycreek Township, Somerset County.
Wearing light green T-shirts that read "PLANT A TREE AT FLIGHT 93," the volunteers were there to begin the arduous process of reforesting part of what used to be a strip mine and now is largely a meadow with native species like white pine, quaking aspen and American chestnut trees. They worked on a hillside about 400 yards from where United Airlines Flight 93 crashed into the ground on Sept. 11, 2001, killing all 40 crew and passengers as they battled terrorists for control of the airplane.
The trees they planted will eventually form "our version of an eternal flame," Mike Lester, assistant state forester for the Pennsylvania Bureau of Forestry, told the volunteers.
December 11, 2011
Like many other lines crisscrossing the state's Marcellus Shale regions, this pipe was big - a high-pressure steel line, 20 inches in diameter, large enough to help move a buried ocean of natural gas out of this corner of the state. It was also plenty big enough to set off a sizable explosion if something went wrong.
Chesapeake Bay Journal
December 06, 2011
Marcellus Shale drilling may take huge chunks out of PA forests. Loss could heavily impact wildlife habitat, state's ability to meet TMDL goal.
Public Opinion Online
October 26, 2011
An additional 1,077 acres in Penn and Cook townships -- mostly untouched for 100 years -- has been added to the Kings Gap Environmental Center.
August 28, 2011
After a sustained recovery following clearcutting in the last century, Pennsylvania forests are again losing ground.
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
June 19, 2011
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