February 19, 2018
PA Wilds Center outreach specialist LaKeshia Knarr has set a goal to see all 29 state parks in the Pennsylvania Wilds. She hopes to share her experiences in a series of articles highlighting some of the unique features and activities at each of the parks. In this post - the first of the series - she talks about her experience at Black Moshannon State Park, located along the I-80 Corridor.
PA Wilds Contributor Katie Weidenboerner and her family recently spent a day at Parker Dam State Park, enjoying winter activities. In this blog post, she describes the experience - including her 4-year-old daughter's first time ice-skating.
"It was an amazing day out that only cost a little planning, a few sandwiches, and a few gallons of gas."
February 6, 2018
With deep Potter County roots, Ed Byers heard all the stories and theories about the Coudersport Ice Mine, having spent his boyhood summers at his grandfather’s cottage on Ice Mine Road. In this column, he sheds some light on a "Hidden Gem" of the Pennsylvania Wilds and how the modern marvel was first discovered.
January 31, 2018
It’s almost that special day of the year, when people show their love for one another with some sort of a celebration, tradition or gift: February 14. Celebrate loved ones with something just as unique and special as they are this year by supporting small businesses and creative makers right here in the Pennsylvania Wilds.
January 26, 2018
Three Pennsylvania Wilds Winners Announced for Pennsylvania Parks and Forests Foundation 2018 Awards: Annual awards recognize exemplary work on behalf of parks, forests, recreation and conservation
January 24, 2018
For Lycoming County scratchboard artist Lynn Kibbe, nature is more than just a beautiful backdrop for her work: it’s her primary subject matter and one of her greatest passions.
January 18, 2018
As hunters across the Pennsylvania Wilds look forward to Spring Gobbler Season, we compiled some reflections from seasoned hunters and anglers on the vital role they play in stewardship and conservation of our precious lands, waterways and wildlife.
January 15, 2018
Are you looking for a New Year’s fitness resolution? Here’s a fun way to increase your fitness and trail miles.
This year, The Frozen Snot trail race will take place January 27, 2018, in McElhattan, PA (Clinton County). Katie Weidenboerner, PA Wilds Center Guest Writer, participated in the event in 2017 and here shares her experience with us.
January 8, 2018
Press Release on winter use of Allegheny National Forest’s Timberline and Rocky Gap ATV trails