October 12, 2017
The public is invited to attend an opening reception for the “Creative Makers of the Pennsylvania Wilds – A Traveling Art Show,” from 6 to 9 p.m. on Friday, November 3 at the Winkler Gallery of Fine Art, 36 N. Brady St., DuBois. This unique exhibit features profiles and photographs of 22 members of the Wilds Cooperative of Pennsylvania, a juried arts business development program that includes artisans and producers from across the 12.5-county region known as the Pennsylvania Wilds.
September 6, 2017
Forty-eight high school students participated in a Student Art Exhibit and Competition the fourth weekend in June, as a part of the 11th Annual Art in the Wilds fine art show in Evergreen Park. The student art show was co-sponsored by The Wilds Cooperative of Pennsylvania.
August 31, 2017
Outdoor enthusiast Don Mroczkowski shares his passion for nature photography and bird watching in the Pennsylvania Wilds
July 17, 2017
"What does Fishing in the Pennsylvania Wilds Mean to You?" a viewpoint from angler Nick Lyter, who averages 250 days per year fishing the trout waters of the Pennsylvania Wilds and Central Pennsylvania
PA Wilds River Towns and Waterway Protection - preserving natural resources and preparing rural communities for tourism
June 23, 2017
Catch a show under the stars at one of the four drive-in theaters located across the region.
June 1, 2017
Nothing can test or inspire quite like brutal and beautiful (brutiful, if you will) landscapes of the Pennsylvania Wilds. Trail runners here are grateful for the gifts that nature has provided us and use them as a playground for some of the greatest races in the state — and the country.
May 24, 2017
This is a list made for the pour travelers. Pour travelers are those people who don’t leave home without empty growlers in their back seat.
April 13, 2017
Saturday, April 8 was a special day for Clinton County CleanScapes, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to help communities clean up waterways and landscapes. Fifty-four volunteers turned out to rural Chapman Township, Clinton County, to participate in the Young Woman’s Creekside Beautification Day. After only two hours of working together, the total tally of waste collected for the day weighed in at 1.2 TONS (2,460 pounds).