HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania Game Commission 2019-20 shooting-range permits will remain valid for an additional two months after their printed expiration date to make up for lost opportunity from the agency closing ranges in compliance with COVID-19 guidelines.
HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania Game Commission announced that, on Friday, May 15, it reopened to the public its Southwest Region Office, and reopened shooting ranges on additional state game lands in counties to be upgraded to the yellow phase in the state’s three-phase matrix to ease COVID-1…
PITTSBURGH — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Pittsburgh District is announcing that select facilities at district-managed sites will open Memorial Day weekend for the 2020 recreation season in alignment states’ guidelines.
UNIVERSITY PARK — Assessing the potential spread of the spotted lanternfly in the Altoona area is the focus of a study underway by scientists in Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences.
UNIVERSITY PARK — Even before the recent news of the season’s first confirmed spotted lanternfly hatches in the Philadelphia region, homeowners in many parts of Pennsylvania were gearing up for their annual battle with the destructive pest.
HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn has announced a phased reopening of state park and forest facilities in keeping with Governor Wolf’s direction to ensure that Pennsylvanians have opportunities to safely enjoy outdoor…
FRENCHVILLE — The Mosquito Creek Sportsmen’s Association Children’s Spring Fishing Derby scheduled for Saturday, May 9, will not be held due to the current coronavirus situation. A decision to have or not to have the derby will be made at a later date.
UNIVERSITY PARK — For those interested in learning the art of homesteading, Penn State Extension is offering a free webinar series, “How to Live on a Few Acres of Land.”
In coming days and weeks, some exotic travelers will be pouring into Pennsylvania, invading our communities and speeding around farm country.
SUNBURY — The Middle Susquehanna Riverkeeper Association has developed a new app-based program for anglers to share images of the fish they catch.